On Saturday, October 3, 2015, a trail restoration project continued at Lyon Arboretum, in Manoa Valley. The project aims at clearing away fallen limbs and overgrown vegetation that cause obstructions along hiking trails in the valley. The trails are then evened out and the banks are reinforced to prevent further erosion and create a better defined path for all hikers visiting Lyon Arboretum. The first Saturday of each month, volunteers step out into the rainforest to restore these hiking trails. The ultimate goal is to make more areas available to hikers throughout the valley that have been inaccessible to the public for many years. If you are interested in volunteering or supporting the mission of the Lyon Arboretum please contact www.manoa.hawaii.edu/lyonarboretum
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