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Mālama Maunakea volunteers pulling fireweed and other invasive plant species around Halepōhaku.

The Office of Maunakea Management plans to install an approximately 375-square-foot greenhouse for propagation of native plants to be used in its restoration activities.

This greenhouse was described in the recently published Final Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact Determination for Infrastructure Improvements at the Maunakea Visitor Information Station (PDF).

Restoration efforts include removing invasive species such as fireweed. Since 2012 more than 1,100 volunteers have filled more than 1,800 garbage with invasive weeds pulled from the Halepōhaku area.

Read more at the Office of Maunakea Management’s website.

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