March 10, 2014 | Scott Innes
Hawaiian Islands Land Trust announced a new series of guided educational hikes free and open to the public. Moonlight hikes have a $25 suggested donation as light gourmet appetizers and refreshments will be provided. The Talk Story series will feature different guides knowledgable about the lands they are protecting. This is a great way to get out and about on Maui, talk story and see the island in a special way. Experience the beauty of Maui and learn about the land. See 2014 Talk Story on The Landfor a complete list of 2014 hikes.

The next Talk Story on the Land Hike is scheduled for Saturday April 12th with a visit to ‘Auwahi, Maui, part of Ulupalakua Ranch. It will be led by Director of Conservation, Scott Fisher. Ulupalakua Ranch has preserved 11,000 acres of land for working agricultural, native habitat and watershed. The ‘Auwahi ahupua‘a, is a 5,328 rectangular parcel running lengthwise from the ocean shore up the mountain to 6,000 ft. elevation. The top portion of this ahupua‘a is home to the ‘Auwahi Habitat Restoration Project, and is part of the Leeward Haleakala Watershed Restoration Partnership.

Dates: April 12, 2014 9:00am – 1:00pm
R.S.V.P. (808) 244-5263 or
Meet at Ulupalakua Ranch Store



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