Explore Waihe‘e Coastal Dunes & Wetlands Refuge by full moon on Friday, October 18, 2013. Refreshments and snacks will be served before heading out on the easy two-mile walking path. Along the way, Hawaiian Islands Land Trust Director of Conservation, Scott Fisher, will guide the group through the ancient Hawaiian fishing village of Kapoho while sharing the history, lore, and chicken-skin stories of this special place. Sturdy walking shoes are recommended. Space is limited.
The event is open to the public for a $25 donation.
Date: Friday, October 18, 2013
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Reservations can be made by calling 244-5263.
Waihe‘e by Moonlight: Guided Hike & Dinner, up to 12 people
An unforgettable way to celebrate a special birthday or the simple beauty of friendship, your private Waihe‘e Refuge experience includes watching the moonrise, exploration by guided night hike, and a wholesome meal provided by Whole Foods Maui. Along the easy 2-mile coastal trail, HILT’s project manager Scott Fisher discusses the ancient Hawaiian fishing village of Kapoho while sharing history, lore, and chicken-skin stories. Return to fun spread of gourmet campfire fare prepared by Chef Ralph of Catering from Soup to Nuts—the 277-acre wilderness preserve is yours for the evening!
Total Value: Priceless
Donors: Hawaiian Islands Land Trust, Catering form Soup to Nuts, Whole Foods Maui, Casa Nuestra Vineyard
Hawaiian Islands Land Trust is a nationally accredited nonprofit organization with the mission of “protecting the lands that sustain us.” By working to increase conservation land across Hawai`i we ensure the protection of coastal shoreline accesses and recreation areas, native ecosystems and habitats, culturally significant lands, and agricultural lands for our working farms and ranches—all for our use and enjoyment today and for all generations to come. For more details on the organization and our protected lands contact us at (808)244-5263 or firstname.lastname@example.org.