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Lo’i is an ancient Hawaiian method of cultivating a wet garden to grow Kalo (aka Taro) which is what Poi is made from – a staple starch found at Luau’s. Join key members of our native community in Hae’na to restore Hawaiian values and stewardship practices.
- Keep a sustainable Hawaiian tradition alive
- Learn about the agri-“culture” in Hawaii
- Immerse your hands and feet in soil and connect to the ‘aina (land)
- Meet locals who perpetuate their island heritage
- Share in a pot luck lunch
Know Before You Join
- Ability to perform gardening tasks while bending, kneeling, lifting, and stretching