He’eia State Park is currently closed at the direction of the State of Hawai'i Department of Land and Natural Resources and the City and County.
Heʻeia State Park has proudly benefited from the efforts of schools, scout troops, destination management companies, church groups, and even the military, who have all helped organize and run amazing volunteer service projects here at the park.
Any one may volunteer their time, energy, and effort during park hours either through a scheduled appointment or on their own. Please make sure to check in with our office once on property.
Mālama our 'Āina at He'eia
With two waterfronts, there is always a need for a beach clean up. Beach clean ups help decrease any marine debris and maintain our clean ocean and land. This is a great way to mālama, take care, of our earth and ensure sustainability.
Invasive plant species are a big problem throughout the Hawaiian Islands and He'eia State Park is no exception. Creeper vines, alien plants, and aggressive weeds threaten endemic and indigenous plant life. Volunteers can help slow and hopefully eradicate invasive plant life around the park.
For general information about volunteering please call our park office 235-6509 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always grateful for the help!
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