The Friends of Haleakalā National Park group is looking for enthusiastic and physically fit volunteers for an upcoming service trip into Haleakalā Crater.
Participants will hike in on Saturday, April 18, stay free for two nights in the Hōlua Cabin, and work on protection of native plants in the Crater, before hiking out Monday, April 20.
For more information and to sign up for the trip, interested individuals can find registration instructions and contacts for the April trip leader at the service trip page of the Friends of Haleakalā National Park’s website.
Regular Service Overnights In Haleakala Crater
Service trip participants will backpack into the crater to a cabin or campsite and back. Depending upon the trip, the group will perform one of a number of tasks ranging from cabin maintenance to native planting to invasive species removal.
For all overnight trips in the Crater, participants need to bring first day’s water, sun and rain protection, work gloves, comfortable boots or walking shoes, sleeping bag, extra socks, breakfasts, lunches, dinner food contributions as coordinated by the leader, personal supplies, a flashlight, and warm clothing. Volunteers on service trips stay free in the cabins (except $15 for Service/Learning trips) which are equipped with bunks, firewood, dishes and cooking utensils.
HOW TO REGISTER AND JOIN A SERVICE TRIP
Before signing up for a service trip, please create an account (from link in the left column), then log into the account to learn more about the trips and certify your readiness for a service trip. After that, call or email the listed leader for more information and to make reservations to join a trip.
Leader Contact Information
- Christy: email@example.com
- Elizabeth: firstname.lastname@example.org (808)264-4757
- Joani: email@example.com (808)669-8385
- Keith: firstname.lastname@example.org (808)264-5429
- Matt: email@example.com (808)876-1673