•  Upcoming dates:
    September 9
    November 18

June 24th La Hana Day was Sponsored by:

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What To Bring:

  • Reusable water bottle.  Please, no single useplastic water bottles. We provide ice water for you to refill your bottle!
  • Clothing and shoes (sneakers or tabis) you won’t mind getting dirty and wet
  • Gloves
  • Hat and Sun protection/sunscreen
  • Photo/Video release, which gives Pacific American Foundation permission to take photographs which may include you, your group or your child, for the sole intended purpose of educational use. You waive any rights of compensation or ownership thereto.
  • Liability waiver (which is part of your preregistration process)

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7:00 Set-Up and Parking: Volunteers Needed!
7:30 Registration Opens:   Morning Snack Available on Picnic Table

8:15 Morning Circle: Introductions and Oli,  Instructions/Assigning of work groups/Pond leaders,  Work tools distributed, Go out to the work sites! Remove limu from pond, pull mangrove keiki, cut mature mangrove, pass mangrove to chipper, and other restorative work.

11:30 Return from work sites and clean up: First, rinse off mud from body, tools, and gloves in the Ocean so we don’t waste fresh water at the hoses. Then do a final rinse of tools and gloves with fresh water, with pails provided. Hang gloves out on the line and place tools on picnic tables. If you have borrowed shoes, wash and hang on pegs to dry.

11:45 Pizza lunch! If you need a work certificate, they’ll be at the registration table at noon!

12:15 Assist with clean-up:  Storing equipment and leaving everything tidy.  Mahalo!

Learn more about Hawai’ian Fishponds through Pacific American Foundation’s Project Kahea Loko.

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The Book is available for download at left, as a .pdf.

 

 

 

 

ulukauwebsitePlus, more resources and video are on the project website.