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Volunteer at Hoʻokuaʻāina

  • 13 Nov 2021
  • 8:15 AM - 12:30 PM
  • 916E Auloa Rd. Kailua, HI 96734
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Registration is closed

 Join in learning about and harvesting taro!

This is a muddy but rewarding event designed to give back to the community while learning more about the history and culture of Hawaii. 

Please register and sign the waiver at the link below below:


What to bring:

  • Wear old clothes (we recommend gals wear a bathing suit under their clothes for easy cleanup)
  • Towel
  • Change of clothes
  • Water bottle
  • Hat
  • Plastic bag (for wet clothes & towel)


  • For google maps enter 916 D Auloa Rd to find the driveway to loʻi access and parking.
  • Turn down the driveway between those two mailboxes and follow the signs to the back where you will be directed to park.
  • Very Important - DRIVEWAY IS SHARED WITH houses 916 C & D. Please make sure not to stop and inquire at any of our neighbors’ houses at 916A, B, C, or D. Because of our common driveway please be respectful as you drive or walk in and out. 


  • Drive all the way back to the tent area where someone will guide you for parking.
  • We have limited parking on site so please carpool if possible. There is street parking along Auloa Rd. and in the surrounding neighborhood.
  • Any problems please text or call Makana: 808-388-1058. 


  • Children under 5 are welcome if they are accompanied by an adult 
  • Pictures are welcome, please tag @hookuaaina in your posts
  • Please share the onsite contact if it is not yourself


  • 8:15-8:25 am (unless other arrangements have been made) - Arrive and meet under the tent.
  • 8:30-9:00 am - Circle time, mana’o o ka lā (thought of the day)
  • 9:00-11:30 am - Activity in the lo’i (feel free to leave whenever you need to)
  • 12:00-12:30 - Rinse off and closing circle

As for COVID protocols, we are practicing social distancing throughout the day. We do ask that everyone wear a mask throughout common areas. Once we are in the lo’i there is plenty of space and you can choose to work with or without a mask as long as distance is maintained. 

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