Waipahē Wale

As gentle as still water. ʻŌlelo Noʻeau No. 2916

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Mālama Pu’uloa is encouraging the community to grow flats of ‘ākulikuli to be planted along the banks of Kapapapuhi Point Park. It’s a native ground cover that prevents erosion and is easy to grow. Their goal is to plant 5000 flats of ākulikuli! We have now planted two flats and are working on three moreContinue reading “‘ākulikuli”

Aloha ‘Āina Friday

July 26, 2021 The section of our plot that runs along the Honouliuli stream was cleared of mangroves in late 2020. We have been working to keep it clear of any new mangrove growth and trash. Our goal is for this shoreline to be home to native plants exclusively. Milo and ‘ākulikuli are already thrivingContinue reading “Aloha ‘Āina Friday”

Work Day #7

July 8, 2021 Today was our 7th work day. Our friend J was able to join us this time so we had some more help. L, J and I worked on pulling mangroves from the path we built. Aunty L helped as well in a nearby section. Meanwhile on dryer land the parents and siblingsContinue reading “Work Day #7”

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