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HAWAII TROPICAL BOTANICAL GARDEN



" The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden is a 501(c)(3) Scientific and Educational non-profit, whose mission is to serve as a nature preserve and sanctuary, a living seed bank, and a study center for trees and plants of the tropical world. The Garden is dedicated to the collection and display of the world's tropical plants,and to the education of both children and adults about the plight of the world's rainforests. At a time when rainforest plants are disappearing at an alarming rate, the Garden is working to preserve as many species as possible for the benefit of future generations. The Garden has a special program that offers free admission to all Hawaii schoolchildren and their teachers. "

Charity Description

The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden is a 501(c)(3) Scientific and Educational non-profit, whose mission is to serve as a nature preserve and sanctuary, a living seed bank, and a study center for trees and plants of the tropical world. The Garden is dedicated to the collection and display of the world's tropical plants,and to the education of both children and adults about the plight of the world's rainforests. At a time when rainforest plants are disappearing at an alarming rate, the Garden is working to preserve as many species as possible for the benefit of future generations. The Garden has a special program that offers free admission to all Hawaii schoolchildren and their teachers.

Charity Details

HAWAII TROPICAL BOTANICAL GARDEN
27-717 OLD MAMALAHOA HWY
PAPAIKOU, Hawaii 96781-7744
United States

808-964-5233

Website www.htbg.com
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HawaiiTropicalBotanicalGarden
Twitter @Garden_Updates
Unique Identifier
990185842
Tags
botanical environment garden horticultural
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