Did you know that there are different varieties of ‘ōhi‘a here in Hawai‘i? Come learn with the experts on how to identify ‘ōhi‘a in Hawaii!!
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!!
Come and learn how to properly identify many different types of ‘ōhi‘a lehua that you can encounter throughout our state with Dr. J. B. Friday, Extension Forester for the UH Cooperative Extension Program. This virtual field day will take you to some of the most remote locations to feature these different species and taxa in their native habitats.
Learn to identify these ʻōhiʻa trees from the most commonly found species to our rare island endemics that are found only in these remote locations. The species and taxa covered in this workshop are also those from which we are encouraging people to collect seeds for seed banking purposes.
We have had the pleasure of partnering and accepting a donation of books and materials from Kilo Books Hawaii. By registering for this workshop you are automatically entered into a drawing to receive a prize The lucky winner will be contacted after the workshop and Kilo Books will send you your prize in the mail.
Come and join us for this wonderful 1 hour long workshop that we will be hosting via the Zoom platform. You will be sent a Zoom link upon registration.
Note: If you are considering registering for the Seed Conservation Workshop to be held on Friday, Nov. 20th at 10AM, this ʻŌhiʻa Varieties workshop is required to register for the Seed Conservation workshop.