HONOLULU (KHON2) — Good Friday was something however its identify for East Maui Watershed Partnership (EMWP) after workers and volunteers arrived at their baseyard on Piiholo Road and found that the software shed was damaged into.
“We showed up that day to do a volunteer native out-planting trip for a local high school environmental club. Normally we would be off for the holiday; instead, we came to work to find on Good Friday that we were robbed with bolt cutters left behind,” stated Allison Borell, EMWP Community Outreach & Education Liaison.
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Several fuel powered instruments had been stolen, together with two chainsaws, two weed eaters, two augers, energy instruments, new ice chests and a Honda EU1000 generator. Borell stated they want these instruments to finish vital area work.
“We use the gas powered tools to help clear fence lines and maintain fences from fallen trees so invasive ungulates cannot enter the protected watershed. We use the ice chests and generator for longer operations that require us to camp and the power tools for a multitude of operations in the field and at the baseyard to fix and maintain equipment,” Borell defined.
Borell stated they’ve already appeared into changing a few of these gadgets; nevertheless, there are none at present in inventory on the island. It will take a while to switch them, she stated, which can have an effect on their operations.
People might help by donating to offset the prices related to changing this stuff.
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EMWP will nonetheless have their Maui Mauka Conservation Awareness Training occasion on Thursday, April 28, for tour guides. Anyone can attend. For extra info, click on right here.
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Anyone with details about the stolen gadgets is requested to contact the Maui Police Department.