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EMWP & WMMWP Outreach Education Program

Hands on Learning!

From Maui's Watershed Partnerships

East Maui Watershed Partnership (EMWP) & West Maui Mountains Watershed Partnership's (WMMWP) Outreach Education Program has 3 great opportunities to offer.  We recognize the value of environmental education in our schools and encourage all educators to take advantage of this ongoing service we provide and it is FREE!  Content and duration can be modified for your classroom needs and time. You can choose 1 or participate in all 3!

Want more information? Visit our websites and Facebook pages via the links below or contact Allison Borell at (808)573-6999 or pr@eastmauiwatershed.org to schedule today.

Service Trips


Be a part of the front lines of removing invasive strawberry guava from the Waihe'e Ridge Trail in West Maui. Students can learn 1st hand about the watershed while taking action to protect it from these invasive trees. Students will cut trees while staff apply herbicide.
Grades 9 and up.

Classroom Presentations


A "hands-on" watershed model and PowerPoint slide show introduces students to the native Hawaiian forest by taking them through the formation of the islands and arrival of species. Key concepts linking watershed function to daily life are revealed.
Grades 2 and up.

Interpretive Hikes


Guided field trips are offered into The Nature Conservancy's Waikamoi Preserve or on the Waihe'e Ridge Trail. Students can feel, hear, and touch the Hawaiian rainforest and witness its unique beauty first hand.  Different hikes are offered based on group size, ability, and time.
Grades 3 and up.
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