(BIVN) – An effort to rehabilitate native forest in Puna is getting help from State Senator Russell Ruderman.
The senator was recently seen lending a helping hand in the Keau’ohana Forest Reserve. Ruderman believes the effort is worthy cause, and helped secure some funds at the state legislature.
In this shared by project volunteers, biologist Ann Kobsa with Malama O Puna talks about the living treasures found in the forest.
Fore more information, visit Malama O Puna, or the Keau’ohana Forest Facebook page.
by Big Island Video News
PUNA, Hawaii - The goal of this project is to restore 100 acres of native lowland wet forest in Keau'ohana Forest Reserve by controlling invasive species and planting native ones.