Through the Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative, Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods (HLH) is partnering with other like-minded individuals and organizations to restore 1,000 acres of historic koa forest on the Hamakua Coast of Hawaii Island. HLH is donating 1,000 acres of its sustainable koa project to help this reforestation effort.


This once pristine tropical forest was the personal property of King Kamehameha I - the first King of Hawaii. Sadly, the land was cleared nearly a century ago to make room for farming and ranching. Fortunately, some of the old growth koa trees still reside on the property. HLH is utilizing these trees as the seed source for all Legacy Trees in an effort to return this tropical forest to its former glory.


Give the gift of a living legacy by sponsoring a Koa Legacy Tree. You will receive a beautiful, engraved certificate and the knowledge you are supporting a great cause while contributing to the reforestation of Hawaii.



Sponsor Koa or Sandalwood

Legacy Trees today!

$30 from every tree goes directly to HLRI

Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative

PO Box 22435 Honolulu, HI 96823



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