Ulupo Heiau community work day July 8, 2017

December 31, 2015 at 9:16 pm Leave a comment

Join us at Ulupō Heiau on Saturday morning July 8, 2017, from 8:30 to noon, when the Kailua Hawaiian Civic Club and ‘Ahahui Mālama i ka Lōkahi conduct their monthly community work day at this extraordinary wahi pana (celebrated, storied place). We will meet in the lower parking lot of the Kailua YMCA, begin with oli and orientation, and form up into work crews whose assignments usually include cutting back hau, weeding walls and ‘auwai, clearing out invasives at our bird pond, and preparing/maintaining lo’i kalo. Bring a cutting or digging tool, water bottles, bug spray, sunscreen, and a snack. Wear shorts or long pants, gloves, and hat. Please: no slippers or open toed shoes! Wear tabis or similar footwear when working in the lo‘i and wetland, and wear sturdy shoes in the dry land areas. All volunteers will be asked to sign a waiver (available that morning from the coordinators) prior to participating in the work. E alu, e alu, e kuilima, letʻs all join hands together in the work! Mahalo!

Questions? Contact Ahahui at 263-8008, or email to: AhahuiMalama@hawaii.twcbc.com

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Entry filed under: announcement, community service, conservation, Hawaii, Hawaiian culture, Kawainui, lo'i kalo, restoration, Ulupo Heiau, volunteer.

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