Volunteer on Vacation in Hawaii for Maui Nui Botanical Gardens

A noni plant is just one of the many native Hawaiian plant species at the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens in Kahului.
A Noni Plant at the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens

Maui Nui Botanical Gardens

Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, located in the middle of downtown Kahului, was the first botanical garden in the state to focus on native plants.

The endemic and indigenous plants, as well as the canoe plants brought by early Polynesians, are thriving at Maui Nui Botanical Gardens.

Maui Nui focus extends to preserving the cultural expression of Hawaii.

The Hawaiian culture is dependent upon native plants, and without knowledge, these plants will disappear.

The gardens provide a center for cultural and environmental education using the plants to make plant related crafts of bark cloth, dyes and cordage.

Plant identification, propagation and pruning are all part of the public classes.

In order to volunteer, membership is required. Information is available on their web site.

Lend a Hand: Wednesday mornings for garden work and nursery work. 1 week advanced notice, and a month notice for groups.

Kea Hokoana-Gormley
150 Kanaloa Ave.
P.O. Box 6040
Kahului, Hi. 96733
808 249-2798, preferred




Volunteer on Vacation in Hawaii is 2009-2010 by Cherie Attix and is sponsored by: The Hale Hookipa Inn Maui Bed and Breakfast in Makawao, Hookipa Aikane (home sharing friend) Maui Hawaii Blog, Bald Mt. Press, Green Maui Weddings from Paradise Maui, Kona Comfort Gourmet Organic Kona Coffee, Hawaii Stuff, Supak free desktop wallpaper, and Nealon Ohana.
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