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One of the primary reasons The Outdoor Circle (TOC) was founded in 1912 was to engage in efforts to beautify Hawai‘i. From the original plantings of Monkeypod trees at Aala Park and Bougainvillea along the banks of Nuuanu Stream TOC has spent decades promoting the beautification of the islands.
Not only has TOC been directly engaged in a wide variety of planting projects, it also has a tradition of encouraging others to take steps to beautify their homes, businesses, roadways, neighborhoods and communities. While much of TOC’s energy is spent protecting and preserving Hawaii’s natural beauty, for nearly one-hundred years we have been dedicated to proactively working to enhance the magnificence of our islands as well.