Come connect with government officials and community leaders working on eruption recovery and resilience projects in Puna. Drop in for a few minutes or stay for the whole event – it’s sure to be a fun, engaging, and informative experience. County, State, and Federal leaders will be there to update you on ongoing eruption recovery efforts and share their insights on the challenges and opportunities in the Puna region. Plus, the State Department of Land and Natural Resources will give an update on the Pohoiki Boat Ramp restoration progress. Don’t miss out on this valuable opportunity to stay informed and engaged with the community’s recovery efforts. Free Keiki ID service. All Puna residents welcome. The activation is free. Please register:
Revitalize Puna July 8, 2023
- Uupdates from the Resilience Capacity Areas (RCAs), the driving force behind Puna’s recovery efforts. They’re eager to share their progress with you. With a focus on collaboration and innovation, the RCAs are implementing projects outlined in the Kilauea Recovery and Resilience Plan, which supports three key strategies: recovery, readiness, and resilience. Led by community and County co-chairs, the six RCAs cover a range of areas, including Social, Cultural, Economic, Natural Environment, and Youth. You won’t want to miss this chance to learn about their ongoing efforts and how you can get involved!
- To honor the 5th anniversary of the Kilauea eruption, we’ll be placing a special emphasis on mental wellness. Resilience Resource Row will showcase a variety of pop-up displays from local nonprofit organizations that focus on mental wellness. Designed to provide volunteer opportunities to those who wish to make a positive impact in the Puna community. The Youth RCA and Resource Row will be providing a range of information and fun activities aimed at promoting mental well-being.
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