Slow Food O’ahu Work Day at Kako’o ‘Oiwi – July 12, 2014

Slow Food O’ahu Work Day at Kako’o ‘Oiwi – July 12, 2014
46-406 Kamehameha Highway, Kāneʻohe HI 96744
Work 8:30 a.m. – Noon; Lunch from Noon – 2:00 p.m.

Join Slow Food O`ahu for a work day at Kako`o`oiwi in He’eia.

Kako`o `oiwi is a nonprofit organization working to restore agriculture and to make productive again the beautiful wetlands of He`eia. Their work is driven by the vision and passion of local area kupuna and community members. Within the He`eia wetlands is an area referred to as “Hoi”. One of Kako`o`oiwi’s projects is Mahua `Ai o Hoi, or “re-planting the fruit of Hoi”, which aims to restore the once thriving natural, cultural, social and economic values of Hoi for the benefit of the community.”

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WHAT YOU WILL NEED: Shoes, sunscreen, refillable water bottle; bug spray; clothes you don’t mind getting muddy; and friends!

Drive on Kamehameha Hwy going towards He’eia Kea Pier from Windward Mall. After you pass King Intermediate the road will go down a hill and just before the bottom and right after the last residential home, there is a small dirt road. It is right before the pump station and if you go on the bridge, you have gone too far. Follow the dirt road in a ways till you get to the lo’i site

Kako`o`oiwi will provide lunch, but we encourage folks to bring a dish to share. Also, please bring your own dishes and utensils. No need to bring your paper ticket.

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