The mission of Aloha Pu‘u Kukui is to take care of the Pu‘u Kukui watershed from the summit to the sea.  

We protect the native Hawaiian forest that captures the rain. 

We're ready to plant trees in Honolua valley and we need your help to restore the forest:

Donate by sending a check to:

Aloha Pu‘u Kukui

210 Crestview Rd

Lahaina, HI 96761

Aloha Pu‘u Kukui is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization 

(Fed ID 99-2785743) 


We protect the native Hawaiian forest in the watershed, and the plants, birds, snails and insects that it contains.


We restore damaged lands by removing invasive plants and animals and replanting with native Hawaiian plants.


We educate people of all ages about the connection between a healthy watershed and the water they use every day.


We connect the community with the watershed by organizing volunteers to take care of the land. 


We are long term stewards of the watershed by owning land, holding conservation easements, and entering into management agreements.

Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to learn about upcoming events

Facebook: @PuuKukuiWatershed

Instagram: @PuuKukuiWatershed


Contact with questions.