FOFA Events

VISIT PU’U MAHOE BY HELICOPTER

We recently flew with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters to get a bird’s eye view of our beautiful island of Maui.
Today’s video explores Pu’u Mahoe located along the southwest rift zone of Haleakala. (Read More)

 

 

Other Tour opportunities @ Pu’u Mahoe Cinder Cone, Ulupalakua, Maui

ARBORETUM TOURS

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ARBORETUM TOURS for $25/ per/ 8 minimum or $200 for a Sat or Sun.
We meet at Ulupalakua Ranch Store and we caravan to Arboretum thru locked gates.
BYO picnic lunch.   10AM to 2PM
Payments can be made in advance via PayPal.Please email  info@flemingarboretum.org  to make arrangements.

Arboretum Tour ($25/ea.)




 


 

WEEKEND- PRIVATE EVENT

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Pu‘u Mahoe’s unique location makes it a most memorable place to hold a special event.
Use of the workshop pavilion & historic cabin/picnic area with a 360 view from South Maui shoreline to the cinder cones of Haleakala

Saturdays and Sundays. Maximum 60 people @ $2,000  for full day @ $1,000  for 1/2 day

12 seat vans are recommended.
Includes optional Arboretum tour.

Gate monitors and parking directors are included in the cost.

To make arrangements for private events
please call #808-572-1097 or email info@flemingarboretum.org

 


COMMUNITY/YOUTH GROUPS FIELD DAYS AND VOLUNTEER WORK DAYS

Volunteer Work days days are held the first Saturday of each month for individuals or group volunteers

Community Group Volunteer Work Days are available on requested weekends throughout the year.

A Volunteer Day includes an educational workshop followed by field work learning to properly plant and care of native plants.

 

Pu‘u Mahoe Events support the Fleming Arboretum’s conservation work through native plant preservation projects and educational programs.

For the preservation of Pu‘u Mahoe, of Hawaii’s native species

And restoration of South Maui’s dry land forest.

 

For more information and reservations call #808-572-1097
or email info@flemingarboretum.org

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “FOFA Events

  1. Your ancestors are so very happy looking down at what you have continued for their loving memories. It was my pleasure meeting you both. Mahalo Diane Miller, with Kelly Bass.

  2. Aloha
    I want to thank you and your Ohana for preserving this beautiful place
    I would like information on your next VOLUNTEER WORK DAYS
    I look forward to learning more about your preservation efforts

    Meleana

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