Lā Ohana Days 2022Your Kokua is Appreciated

November 19 Reserve Your Spot Now

Our Waikalua Loko I’a is place where one can kilo, a`o, malama, and maha.
Help us restore and preserve this ancient fishpond
building on the iwi of our kupuna, embracing 21st century knowledge.
Mahalo e na Kupuna!

November 19 La Ohana Day includes a SPECIAL PAIPAI event
8am to 1pm.
  

What is paipai?

We will survey the current population of fish in the pond using a 300 ft seine net to enclose the fish.  We’ll need all hands on deck to help kako`o (support) this event.  Whatever we catch we will weigh, measure and identify!

Please be sure to bring clothes that can get wet and tabis or shoes with laces…it would also be smart to pack a towel and extra clothes to change into after.

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

Saturday La Ohana Days
Learn about how our kupuna grew food to sustain the community. Help us restore our rock wall against rising sea levels, remove invasive limu, pull mangrove keiki and cut mature mangrove, and more. 
7:00
Set-Up/Parking
7:30 Registration &  Morning Snack 
8:00 Morning Circle.  Introductions and Oli. We’ll organize groups and leaders, distribute work tools, and head out to the site.
11:30 – 12 noon.  Clean up & light lunch! We rinse off in the ocean, then use fresh water at the hoses, hang our gloves on the line and wash our tools before we eat.

EACH ADULT must sign their own waiver.
You may include minor children’s names on your waiver.

Can I get service credit?  Yes! We’ll have work certificates on hand for those who need one for service requirements.

What Should I Bring?

Reusable water bottle.  Please, no single use plastic 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
Sun Protection:  Hat, sunscreen, etc.

If you plan on having a lite lunch with us, please be sure to bring your own mess kit to kokua with the reduction of trash.