Ma ka hana ka ʻike

By doing, one learns

Hana Kaiaʻulu Schedule

Find out the next volunteering event within each wao.

  • 01

    December

    Pohaku Restoration around Kūkaniloko

    Wao Nahele

    Kūkaniloko Birthing Stones

    08:00 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.

  • 22

    December

    ʻUala planting day with HCCW

    Wao Kānaka

    Demo Plots 4

    10:30 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.

  • 29

    December

    Lei Making Workshop

    Wao Lāʻau

    Cultural Interpretive Center

    10:00 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.

A Shared Experience

Post a photo tagging #vegetationcontinuum and your #wao and see your upload in the live feed!

“I never knew this place existed. Time memorial and time eternal, kaʻananiau." #vegetationcontinuum #waonahele

September 2, 2021

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@lanikaiibrah

“Mai hopohopo, we get ʻulu planted for feed the future!" #vegetationcontinuum #waokanaka

September 9, 2021

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@HIKyle

“An amazing opportunity to connect back to my roots and kupuna in Wahiawā." #vegetationcontinuum #waokanaka

October 28, 2021

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@kuulei356

“I canʻt believe theyʻre already in bloom!" #ohialehua #vegetationcontinuum! #waonahele

October 28, 2021

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@meccabecca

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FAQ

  • Is there a waiver form? 

    ʻAe, yes. There is a waiver form. 
    Fortunately, we have been working with a program that makes waiver handling simple and seamless. Please download the app, (____) and make sure to complete the enter waiver before submitting it. Please fill one out for every person attending the volunteer event.

  • What do I need for the day I volunteer?

    For the day of volunteering, make sure to bring: 
    ● Long Sleeve shirt● Long pants● Working boots● Gloves● Water Bottle● Hat and shades● sunscreen● Also, make sure to submit your waiver form through (______)

  • Where is the site located?

    You can find the site at this location (google maps), or google Kūkaniloko birthing stones. 

  • Is there a bathroom on-site?

    There is no bathroom located on-site. The nearest public restroom relative to the site is just a few minutes from Wahiawā town. Also, get plenty plants to shi-shi into.

  • I am no longer able to attend. How do I cancel? 

    There are two options: 
    1) You do not attend, or2) Fill out the form above and mention in a message that you will not attend.
    This isnʻt necessary but helpful for us to know how many people will be attending the volunteer event.

  • How do we join the piko listening journey?

    Before a piko listening journey, we need to make sure of how many people are attending and who will be giving the journey. Please fill out the form above with your request for a piko listening journey.