The Friends of the D.T. Fleming Arboretum at Pu'u Mahoe hosted a two-night camping trip for volunteers Boy Scout Troop 14 of Kula from Aug. 10 to 12.
The Boy Scouts completed a service project to construct a 300-foot trail to expand native reforestation within Pu'u Mahoe's cinder cone.
Educational presentations were held throughout the weekend, including evening star watching with astronomy instructor Harriet Witt and a geology presentation by David Grooms, professor and assistant dean of instruction at the University of Hawaii Maui College.
Members of Boy Scout Troop 14 walk along a 300-foot trail they completed within Pu‘u Mahoe as part of the group’s service project.
For more information about educational conservation programs and volunteer opportunities, visit www.flemingarboretum.org.