Hoakalei Cultural Foundation programs of stewardship — partnering with community members — have continued and grown throughout the year. Phase II of the Kauhale Heritage Trail has been opened, extending the trail system to a larger section of the traditional village site.
On March 19th & 20th, the Pu‘uloa Outrigger Canoe Club (POCC), Kamehameha Schools/Ipu Kukui Program and the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation hosted more than 90 students in canoe/cultural enrichment program at the Haseko Lagoon and Hoakalei-Honouliuli coastal lands.Participants joined in program
More than 140 residents of the ‘Ewa District and beyond, gathered in the early overcast morning of February 6th, 2016 at the Kauhale Preserve in Hoakalei to engage in stewardship of the wetland nesting habitat of several endangered Hawaiian water fowl.
E kokua mai kakou i na manu waiwai! Volunteers are needed to help prepare the Kauhale Wetlands for the 2016 nesting season.
The Hoakalei Cultural Founation will be sponsoring another invasive seaweed removal service project along the shore of One‘ula Beach, on July 14th, 2015.
E malama pono i ka honua ola - caring for the living environment. As a part of the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation's on-going stewardship program, the annual wetland stewardship event took place on: February 1, 2014 (Saturday) 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.