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Welcome to our Wetland Warriors Official Landing Page

Field trips opportunities are still available through Spring 2024!

Teachers interested in participating are encouraged to sign up now.

(Wetland Warriors workshop participants will be prioritized.)

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An Initiative to Cultivate More Community Members who Care for and Protect the Wetlands of Hawai'i.

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FIELD TRIP HIGHLIGHTS
OVER 500 YOUTH & ADULTS VISITED VARIOUS WETLANDS DURING SY 2023-24
Mahalo to All the Maui Educators for Connecting their Students with the Wetlands!

This video was created by Roxana Hollifield, a teacher at Kūlanihāko'i High School

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Spring 2023 Wetland Warriors Initiative Events
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Wetland Field Trip Information
Participating educators chose a wetlands field trip location and submit preferred date options in the application process.  

  Contact Us to Stay Informed of Future Events for Educators.

Locations for field trips coordinated by Learning Endeavors include these South Maui Wetland Sites

Lāʻie Mauka, Piʻikea Pond, Waipuilani Park, and Keālia Ponds. 

Bus transportation provided, as funding allows.

Date Options: 

Tuesdays 

Mahalo to Our Participants from 2023 WWDay!
Wetlands Walking Excursion & Activities for Keiki and Ohana

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Lā'ie Mauka Wetlands Work Days
Every Saturday at 8:00
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Par
k at Medi Spa No pre-registration required. Contact S. Maui Wetlands Hui for more information or express your intent to help:  Email mauiwetlands@gmail.com
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Learn More About Maui Wetlands & Excellent Wetland Ecology Information at the new S. Maui Save The Wetlands Hui Website www.savethewetlands.org
 

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Funding provided by a Maui County Wetlands Grant in partnership with Hawai'i Land Trust, Save the Wetlands Hui, and others. 2022-2023

Learning Endeavors believes in offering innovative approaches to field based, place-based learning.  Program participants engage in data collection for citizen science projects and stewardship activities that help our fragile ecosystems in Hawai'i.