Experience the connection to our land with your loved ones at Gunstock Ranch for your legacy tree planting. Participate in the magic of La‘ie in the beautiful budding milo forest, rebuilding the ecology of Oahu’s North Shore.Read More
The Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative started a project to reforest more than 500 acres of land at Gunstock Ranch.Read More
The Dedication of ANA’s commitment to Hawaii’s reforestation efforts is a critical first step in connecting our visitors to the importance of conservation. Through exciting opportunities to provide meaningful change, HLRI and Gunstock Ranch Honor All Nippon Airlines for their vision of supporting Hawaii’s preservation.Read More
Planting koa, milo, and ohia has a side benefit.
Lilia Tollefsen, the CEO of Oahu’s Gunstock Ranch, gestures at long rows of tiny trees, their heart-shaped leaves quavering in the island breeze. “Our goal,” she says, “is to make the trees more valuable in the ground than out of it.”
Tollefsen is showing me and a small group of would-be foresters the latest project of the Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative.Read More
It’s where we plant gardens and build empires. Uncover treasure and bury our dead. Wars are fought over it, and freedom is running through it barefoot. Land is at once a place, an identity, and a resource.
Understanding it is no small task, but in some parts of the world there seems to be a deeper grasp on “the land”—how it anchors us and how we honor it. Hawaii is one such place, offering a rich history so embedded with nature that the rest of us would do well to mimic it, even in very small ways.Read More
Over the past two decades, environmental conservation has been a key component of operations throughout the Hawai’i Convention Center, a world-class global meeting venue centrally located between East and West on O’ahu in the Hawaiian Islands. Recently, the conference center was named as the first and only “public assembly convention center” to earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) v4 Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Learn more about HCC’s conservation efforts, including its partnership with Hawaiian Legacy.Read More