ULOHA is proud to be joining 808Cleanups in their Restoration Event at Nimitz Beach on April 19th, 2023 from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm. We will be removing invasive plants and cleaning up the area. All cleanup supplies will be provided by 808Cleanups! Just make sure to properly dress for the task (sturdy footwear, sun protection, and work pants). Click the image above to register!
ULOHA is excited to announce Aloha Tree Alliance as our dedicated Spotlight Organization for the month of April. Aloha Tree Alliance is a non-profit that attempts to reduce the effects of climate change and promote sustainability through various projects that you can participate in. ULOHA will be promoting ATA through an informational table in-store, our collaborative Earth Day Event (CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE/PARTICIPATE), etc. Stop by ULOHA to find out more about how you can participate in Aloha Tree Alliance’s sustainability efforts!
On April 21st and 22nd, Uloha and the Aloha Tree Alliance will again be partnering up with Oboz Footwear to plant native trees! Last year we planted 100 native trees! Oboz offers to purchase one tree for every pair of Oboz that is tried on at Uloha anytime for the month of April. YOU CAN HELP PLANT THE TREES, TOO - Stop by ULOHA to find out how!
Last month the state of Hawaii honored ULOHA as the 2023 Outstanding Business Leader for Hawaii Invasive Species Awareness! Senator Gabbard presented the award to ULOHA at a ceremony where many other great organizations were recognized. ULOHA is proud to be a part of the Hawaii outdoor community and assist however we can in the removal of invasive species and protection of our aina.
Stop by ULOHA tomorrow (Wednesday, 3/29 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm) to pick up a copy of "Hiking Waterfalls: Hawaii" and meet the author, ULOHA's owner, Justin Brackett.