Wow, our final full day on Kahoʻolawe, what a time! We have bonded, we have pushed ourselves, we have learned so much about each other and ʻāina. Today we learned how every street is a stream, an intermittent stream that only appears when it is raining. That stream carries sediments, pollutants, and other debris to our beaches, both back home on Maui and on Kahoʻolawe. On Kahoʻolawe, the dirt roads erode and can carry sediments. Today we helped to divert the water to natural stream beds by filling in gullies on the road with bags of rocks. This also made the roads much more passible by polaris and trucks. We went to the summit of Moaulanui and delivered the oli we learned last night to the Koa ʻua (Rain shrine) and gave hoʻokupu to ask for rain. We also went to the summit of Moaulaiki, an ancient navigational site and learned about rising star pairs and traditional Polynesian navigation. We capped off the evening by star gazing and learning some of the stars, constellations, and planets. Importantly, we shared what we experienced while we were here and how we are going to carry that forward in our lives.