E komo mai!

We at the Army Natural Resources Program on O’ahu extend our thanks for your continued dedication to caring for our island’s native forests. We recognize, along with all of our partners in the conservation field, that our efforts must also focus on preventing the spread of COVID19 to protect the health of our staff, volunteers, and the greater community. In light of making our collective health a priority, we are continuing to use caution and will postpone volunteer trips and outreach events through the months of August and September, or until the state numbers of COVID19 decline.

As the situation evolves, and directives from our government officials are made clear, we will assess how volunteer programming should move forward. We will be in touch with updates. In the mean time, please stay well and continue to care for one another.

For general information on our program’s volunteer trips,  please see below.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO SIGN UP FOR VOLUNTEER TRIPS?

Volunteer spots are open to the general public. After signing up for a volunteer spot (or a waitlist spot) on www.oanrp.ivolunteer.com, outreach staff will follow up with individuals to start the application process.

Due to our remote worksite locations, group size is limited and spaces fill up fast. If a scheduled volunteer trip is filled, you may add your name to the waitlist, and you will be contacted if a space becomes available.

If you do not receive our bi-monthly email announcements and would like to be added to our listserv, please contact outreach@oanrp.com.