2020 Virtual ʻŌhiʻa Love Festival
ʻŌhiʻa Love Fest 2020: The Importance of ‘Ōhi‘a: Past and Present
The most abundant tree in Hawaiʻi’s native forest is none other than ‘ōhi‘a lehua, a tree critical to providing the water we drink, keeping our ocean reefs clean, and a tree important to the native Hawaiian culture. For these reasons and more, we’re celebrating ‘ōhi‘a in a week-long, free, virtual event that we call ʻŌhiʻa Love Fest, from Monday November 16th through Saturday, November 21st from 1pm–2pm each day.
Join us for online workshops, hands-on demonstrations, and fun keiki activities to celebrate ‘ōhi‘a lehua.
This event is brought to you by the University of Hawaiʻi, the Hawaiʻi Department of Land and Natural Resources, your local Invasive Species Committee, and Hawaiʻi Tourism.
To register for free online workshops, check out this link:
For additional information, visit the College of Tropical Agriculture website:
- Event Area: East Hawaiʻi, South Hawaiʻi, West Hawaiʻi, North Hawaiʻi