Wai Ea Summer Program
The Wai Ea program will embrace the mele Ka wai a Kane and explore the origins of water and how we can protect and preserve this valuable natural resource for generations. Haumana will follow the path of wai at Waipao and understand our role in the sustainability of this resource within the Heeia ahupuaa. We will identify the many sources of water and kilo the environment around us. Haumana will learn about the native ecosystem that helps to protect the health of our springs and streams.They will identify various native plants that aid in the prevention of runoff and erosion into our stream and conduct a native plant out planting and stream restoration. Haumana will also learn about various traditional food plants and prepare food that they have gathered from the aina. This program is supported in part by Kaulu by Kamehameha Schools Digital.
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10 students per session (3 days)
Students currently in grades 3-5
Payment due with registration.
Dates and times:
Session 1: June 7-9; 8am-2pm
Session 2: June 14-16; 8am-2pm
Session 3: June 21-23; 8am-2pm
Session 4: June 28-30; 8am-2pm
Session 5: July 5-7; 8am-2pm
Session 6: July 12-14; 8am-2pm
Waipao - 46-489 Haiku Road, Kaneohe