Help restore the Hawaiian ethno-botanical landscape at Ulupo Heiau

November 3, 2007 at 1:07 am 1 comment

You’re invited to kokua (help) and malama (care for) Ulupo Heiau on Saturday, Nov 10th starting at 8:30 a.m. and going to 12:30 p.m. Ulupo Heiau (Night of Inspiration) one of the first sacred temples to have built as a “mapele” (agriculture) heiau by the first people or menehune and dedicated to Kaneulupo. The Kailua Hawaiian Civic Club and ‘Ahahui Malama i ka Lokahi are the co-curators at this State Historic site complex and conduct service projects every second Saturday of the month to restore the Hawaiian ethno-botanical and culutral features.
We meet at the parking area by the Heiau and behind the Windward YMCA.
Bring: Lunch, water, rain gear, sunscreen, work gloves.
If you can, also bring tools such as sickles, handsaws, machete, hand cultivators or chain saws.
For more info and to signup: call Kaimi Scudder at 593-0112 or email at “email@ahahui.net”
If you have not been to Ulupo Heiau in the last year or so, you are in for a big surprise. See what community volunteers can do to malama ‘aina!

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Archaeology tour of Kawai Nui Marsh, Oahu Malama Na Pohaku o Hauwahine – service project

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  • 1. Kathleen Wilson  |  November 25, 2007 at 8:48 pm

    Just visited Ulupo this morning for the 1st time, even though I’ve been a Kailua resident for over 20 years. What a beautiful sight!! One can really see the enormous amount of energy and aloha that has been given to this sight. Malama ka aina indeed. Mahalo nui loa for all your hard work. Ulupo heiau will definitely receive more visits from me and I’ll spread the word to others as well.
    Aloha no,
    kathiegirl@hotmail.com

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