E ‘IKE HOU IĀ LĀNA‘I — TO KNOW LĀNA‘I ONCE AGAIN SUMMER ENRICHMENT CAmp, day 13, june 29, 2016

Students have engaged in historical research, restoration of the pond, creative writing, and exploring options for future restoration of the coastal environment through good stewardship.

Photo by Kepā Maly. June 29, 2016.

Waia‘ōpae Fishpond. Photo by Kepā Maly. June 29, 2016.

Photo by Kepā Maly. June 29, 2016.

The camp is beautifully set up under the leadership of Uncle Albert Morita—there’s running water, showers, wind breaks, lights, and even the kitchen sink all in place for a high-end camping experience. Aunty Pam Pilialoha Alconcel and ‘ohana organized meals and kitchen duty.

Much aloha to many volunteers and the Pūlama Lāna’i Culture & Historic Preservation crew for making the program a great experience for all.


Sharing links below to other days of program and activities.

Photo by Kepā Maly. June 29, 2016.

E ‘Ike Hou Iā Lāna’i – Day 13. Lāna’i Culture & Heritage Center’s Cultural Literacy Summer Program.


First day of E ‘Ìke Hou Iā Lāna‘i Cultural Literacy Camp at Waia‘ōpae Fishpond. More than 70 haumāna from the Lāna’i Culture & Heritage Center program and younger students in the Kāna‘i Kanaloa Marine Science Program, joined the hands in the restoration of the loko i‘a today.

Photo by Kepā Maly. June 29, 2016.

Much aloha to many volunteers and the Pūlama Lāna’i Culture & Historic Preservation crew for making the program a great experience for all.