Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story

E hele nui kākou and join us for our monthly lā hana-community workdays. From rock wall building to invasive grass removal, we need your kōkua to continue the restoration of Loko Ea Fishpond. There are age appropriate activities for the entire family, keiki and kūpuna are always welcomed.


The day begins with cultural protocol (oli and pule) and Hawaiian values (laulima, aloha, mālama ʻāina, and lōkahi) are instilled and practiced throughout the day. Volunteers will learn about the history of Waialua and Loko Ea Fishpond and participate in meaningful work projects to help restore our 400 year old loko iʻa.

Tentative Schedule:
8:45 am     Sign-In
9:00am     Protocol
     Welcome & Introductions
9:30 am     Mālama ʻĀina Projects
11:30 am   Cleanup
12:00 pm   Lunch- Provided** 
**Please feel free to bring something to share!

Space is limited and RSVP required!

Things we will provide:

  • Lunch! - Please feel free to bring something to share.
  • Ice water to refill your reusable bottles.
  • Gloves and tabi's (We have a limited supply, so please feel free to bring your personal ones if you have.)
  • An ample amount of gratitude for your kokua with our workday at the pond!


If you have any questions/concerns, feel free to email or call (808) 637-3232. 


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