Due to COVID, please check with Roz@thepaf.org for information on any upcoming La Ohana Days.
A typical day looks like this:
7:00 Set-Up/Parking – Volunteers needed
7:30 Registration and Morning Snack
8:15 Morning Circle: Introductions and Oli, Organize groups and leaders, distribute work tools, and head out to the sites! We’ll remove limu from pond, pull mangrove keiki, cut mature mangrove, pass mangrove to chipper, and do other restorative work.
11:30 Return from work sites and clean up: We’ll rinse off in the ocean, then use fresh water at the hoses. We’ll hang gloves out on the line, and place clean tools on picnic tables.
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.
- 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
- Hat and Sun protection/sunscreen
Learn more about Hawai’ian Fishponds with our Project Kahea Loko.
←Download the pdf.
Learn even more at: Project Website.
Group Leaders, print consent forms for each student in your group.
Parents may also sign online here!
Register online below so we can best prepare for the day.
Drop ins are welcome, however!