Hui Hoʻoleimaluō carries out traditional Hawaiian activities and values with the help of the community to care for the natural environment.
Student Intern Presentation and Reflections
I contributed to this project by monitoring water quality and measuring the loko's parameters. Glad we could assist Hui Ho'oleimaluō in their endeavors to better Kaumaui.
I enjoyed doing hands-on work to help maintain the ecosystems in the loko for future generations.
I was able to contribute to this research by gathering data from are water samples that we took in the lokowai to see how we can help the ecosystem at Kaumaui.
In reflection, I liked how we got to help the land by doing hands-on work and learning about the land at the same time.
My contribution to this project included helping to remove sediment, clean up debris, test water quality, and helped make a mala.
During the internship I liked being able to participate in hands on work that will help the land and learning more about the area in the process.
My contribution to this project was taking water samples and removing invasive species as well as sediment from the loko wai while monitoring the impact it makes on the ecosystem.
Over the two weeks we spent at this program I have learned many things. From building kahua kalo to scalling fish we were able to learn a lot about the beauties of Keaukaha.
I contributed by helping out and going to this internship because many would not do it for the land, but for the money, but not me.
These past weeks have been fun and exciting because I get too meet new people and help the land thrive again like how it once was.