The Waikalua Loko I'a

ancient Hawai'ian fishpond

'aina-based community classroom

A `Ohe pau ka `ike I ka halau ho`okahi”

Not all knowledge is learned in one school. From the old stone walls of the Waikalua Loko fishpond to the verdant walls of the magnificent pali, the Kāne’ohe ahupua’a holds clues to a rich cultural and natural heritage.

As educators in this awe-inspiring place, we offer opportunities to help students discover and embrace that heritage and carry forward the practices that will help us to live more in harmony with the land and sea today.

We are re-learning, re-establishing, re-vitalizing, and re-assuming our places as Kia`i Loko

A `Ohe pau ka `ike I ka halau ho`okahi”

Not all knowledge is learned in one school.

From the old stone walls of the Waikalua Loko fishpond to the verdant walls of the magnificent pali, the Kāne’ohe ahupua’a holds clues to a rich cultural and natural heritage. As educators in this awe-inspiring place, we have opportunities to help students discover and embrace that heritage and carry forward the practices that will help us to live more in harmony with the land and sea today.

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Future generations should know and understand our collective past and their own personal histories, so we must not allow significant cultural and historical places to disappear.

Tina Eversen, volunteer

Our Waikalua Loko I’a is place where one can kilo, a`o, malama, and maha.

We build on iwi of our kupuna, who have laid the foundation to our present future embracing 21st century knowledge.

Mahalo e na Kupuna!

Roz Concepcion, Waikalua Loko I'a

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