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The Kona Soil and Water Conservation District
Has Teamed with the Leo's Club of Kailua_Kona.

The Konawaena High School Leo Club has partnered with the Kona Soil and Water Conservation District to raise awareness of soil conservation within the community.

As part of the project, the Leo Club has done several tree plantings this school year and has put together packets on the five main concerns for soil conservation. The packets have been mailed out to 100 businesses, including local coffee farms, to educate private landowners.

“We thought it would be good to preserve the land we have for future generations,” Leo Club president Megan Baguso said. “And with all the issues like climate change and everything, I felt like we could help with that.”

Kona Soil and Water Conservation District board member Jeff Knowles visited with the Leo Club in June to give a presentation on soil conservation, and the Leo Club was quick to jump on board with the mission.

Join Jeff Knowles October 24th for a Zoom meeting to discuss the mission and upcoming events.

Scan the QR code for the upcoming October 24th Zoom meeting
or click the link for the Zoom meeting.

Read the West Hawaii Today article: Cub stewards with a cause: Konawaena High School Leo Club partnering up to raise soil conservation awareness.

Read the following About Leos | Lions Clubs International.


81-948 Waena'Oihana Loop #101
Kealakekua, Hawai'i 96750

We're located off of Halekii Street,
below the Kealakekua Post Office.
Phone: (808) 339-9042