december, 2018

08dec12:00 pm3:00 pmKapahu Living Farm Community Work DayWork together in the traditional wetland lo'i kalo (taro patches)Gecko Guide:Culturally Significant

Event Details

Kipahulu Ohana
Kapahu Living Farm Community Workday
Saturday, December 8
Noon – 3 pm

Come join us in the mud!

Work together in the traditional wetland lo’i kalo (taro patches) of Kapahu Living Farm, and take home some harvest of taro, ulu, mai‘i, pohole…

– clothes you can get muddy and a clean dry set to change into after
– sun and rain protection
– water/drinks
– snacks/food to contribute to a potluck lunch
– hand tools, weedeaters
– work boots, gloves, eye protection, etc. if you want to do heavier work (brush cleaning, weed eating, etc.)

Kapahu is about half a mile up the dirt road mauka just on the Hana side of Oheo bridge. If you don’t have a car with good clearance, you can park at the bottom of the Kapahu Road a little before noon for a ride up to the farm, or just walk up the road.

Contact us for directions or more information.  Email-


(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm