Service Saturdays

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On the first Saturday of every month please join us for service projects around the Refuge. Help the wildlife and plants that rely on the Refuge and see rarely visited areas on the North Shore by joining us for weed pulling, planting natives and other projects.

Directions:

Address: 56-795 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku 

The refuge complex is located on the North Shore, about one mile West of the old Kahuku sugar mill, and just east of the prawn ponds and shrimp stands along the Kamehameha Highway. Turn in at the brown James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge sign. 

 We will meet at the main entrance to the Refuge at 8:30am and caravan to the service site. The projects will wrap up by noon. 

What we’ll provide: Water, gloves, and training if needed

Please bring: Sun protection, Reusable water bottle, long sleeves and pants and closed toed shoes

NOTE: You will be required to sign a volunteer service agreement before starting.

Contact Ty_Spangler@fws.gov or visit our Facebook page for more details.