doTERRA’s Kealakekua Mountain Reserve project in South Kona, Hawaii recently partnered with a non-profit organization, Hiki Ola, to provide educational opportunities for local students. Hiki Ola’s main focus is community engagement and conservation planning through cultural stewardship. Students will have the opportunity to take field trips to the reserve, participate in seedling and planting projects, and have virtual class activities focused on conservation and land management. This unique program will enrich students’ environmental and cultural education, provide opportunities to learn about future careers, and help create a sense of belonging and community. It will include at least 230 local elementary, high school, and early college students.