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Honolulu Magazine: What It’s Like at These 6 Popular Oahu Hikes and Gardens During the Pandemic

  Lyon has been featured in Honolulu Magazine’s article, “We Tried It: What It’s Like at These 6 …

Critically endangered plant from Kahoolawe gets new life with more than 20 seedlings

The Star Advertiser has an article about a recent success in conserving one of our critically endangered native …

Article: Get Lost at Lyon Arboretum in Mānoa

Hawaiʻi Magazine has an article about visiting the Arboretum entitled, “Get Lost at Lyon Arboretum in Mānoa.” Check …

Lyon Arboretum hosts modified kids camp

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Lyon Arboretum welcomed energetic kids to its summer nature camps with new COVID-19 guidelines to keep …

Rakan Zahawi, Director

Lyon Arboretum Director wins NSF Grant

Lyon Arboretum Director Rakan Zahawi has received an NSF grant for his research in Costa Rica! Read more …

Trail Building Internships – Summer 2020

Two paid summer internships working with the Lyon Arboretum Grounds and Collections Department! $2,500 stipend. Deadline to apply: …

Public Reopening of Lyon Arboretum

The public will be able to visit Lyon Arboretum again, starting Monday, June 15, 2020. Due to the …

Horticulture Technician David Shepard

New York Times and Star Advertiser article

Some work by our Horticulture Assistant, David Shepard, was in the New York Times! Check it out here. …

Hawaiian Rare Plant Program featured in US Army Newsletter

Our very own Hawaiian Rare Plant Program was featured in an Earth Day story in the US Army …

Nate Kingsley, a UH seed conservationist, shows off growing plants that he will take to Maui in the Lyon Arboretum greenhouse.

Seed banks keep plants from extinction

The Honolulu Star Advertiser has done a story about the Seed Conservation Laboratory! Check it out: Seed banks …