Aloha Friends,
              Today’s Seva story comes from Bryan who lives in Maui.  Seva means selfless service for the benefit of community and environment. I am collecting one hundred stories to share, get ideas, inspiration and for entertainment.
Bryan writes:

“Over the past few years, I have been joining public hikes into a special area on Maui called the Waikamoi Preserve. This area is managed by The Nature Conservancy and its access is limited as to mitigate the human impact on the environment. This area is special because it contains many native, endemic, and endangered plants and animals which have deep cultural and biological ties. I have become very interested in preserving these species by joining volunteer trips to do things like plant native plants or pull invasive plants. I have used my photography skills as a way to spread my passion and get others involved as well. Recently, I was asked to become a docent to lead these very hikes that I have always been so eager in joining. Now it is my kuleana to bring others to this unique place and raise awareness, interest, and ultimately help in its preservation for future generations.”

Please send me your Seva story so we can spread the Seva. Aloha, Mahalo, Namaste,  Johanna Waters       E: