Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Eruption’s 10th year, living history program highlight events in March

  • Photo courtesy of NPS A volunteer removes invasive Himalayan ginger from native rain forest.
  • MICHAEL SZOENYI/National Park Service Morning glory can become invasive.
  • MATT PATRICK/USGS The summit lava lake at Halema‘uma‘u Crater, which has been active since March 19, 2008.
  • Photo courtesy of NPS Actor Dick Hershberger portrays Dr. Thomas A. Jaggar, the founder of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.
  • MICHAEL SZOENYI/National Park Service Kaula (Hawaiian cordage) made from ti leaf.
  • Photo courtesy of NPS Pu‘ohe, the Hawaiian trumpet.
  • Photo courtesy of NPS A Hawaiian top, or hu, made from kukui nut.
  • Photo courtesy of NPS Volunteers at Ka‘ena Point count humpback whales.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park continues its tradition of sharing Hawaiian culture, After Dark in the Park talks and other programs throughout March.