Experiencia ofrecida por Mikala

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Are you wanting to make a difference? Do you want to know more about the Hawaiian culture through a hands-on learning cultural restoration experience?
My wife and I created Hānai Kaiāulu, a non-profit educational organization that focuses on Hānai (take care) and Kaiāulu (community).
Mission: To educate, engage, and empower the youth of Waiʻanae to practice and teach food production methods that heal the land, generate income, and improve the health of their community.
HKF work is multi-faceted with efforts balanced between stewardship, cultural resiliency, and economic development rooted in Indigenous farming practices.

As expected by our kūpuna (ancestors), we are stewards of the ʻāina (land), and do just that in our community taro patch. Come join us as we restore this ancient cultural site, learn the traditional way to cultivate kalo and the importance of this staple food and help restore what was once called the poi bowl of Waiʻanae.
Work consists of clearing weeds, harvesting leaves and/or taro, while learning the parts of kalo. If needed a short hike/walk to the poʻowai will be taken to check the water flow and clear any debris that could possibly stop/slow the flow.
Are you wanting to make a difference? Do you want to know more about the Hawaiian culture through a hands-on learning cultural restoration experience?
My wife and I created Hānai Kaiāulu, a non-profit educational organization that focuses on Hānai (take care) and Kaiāulu (community).
Mission: To educate, engage, and empower the youth of Waiʻanae to practice and teach food production methods that heal the land, generate income, and im…

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As a child I was taught the saying, "He aliʻi ka ʻāina, he kauā ke kanaka", an old hawaiian proverb which means that the land is chief and we are merely its servants. As native Hawaiians, it is expectations set by my ancestors to take care the land, therefore the land will take care of us. As an educator of hawaiian language and culture, it is my passion to share my ancestral knowledge what was past down to me.
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Deep in Wai‘anae Valley on the leeward coast of O‘ahu and in the shadow of Mauna Ka‘ala--the oldest and tallest mountain on the island--lies the Cultural Learning Center at Ka‘ala Farm. The site is focused on restoring ancient, abandoned lo‘i kalo (taro paddies) to their traditional role as the breadbasket of the Wai‘anae coast.

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