Keeping our Keiki & Community Safe-Update on Loko Ea

Fishpond Activities Resume Last June 2016, all summer program activities were modified to land-based activities after learning that the Hawaii State Department of Health shut down a nearby restaurant due to issues with its wastewater system. Since 2008, Kamehameha Schools has conducted water quality tests at MLE, and with this...

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Introducing our first Cohort of Alaka’i Volunteer Leaders

Pūpūkahi Leadership -Alaka’i Program Alaka‘i means to lead or guide and that is exactly the type of kuleana our Volunteer Alaka‘i will assume here at Loko Ea. Volunteer Alaka‘i will receive free training and workshops, including water quality testing, environmental parameter data collections, GPS, mākāhā maintenance, tide and moon systems,...

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NEW KUPU EIP INTERN

E KOMO MAI NOAH MANNING! We will miss Aulani, our previous KUPU EIP Intern, terribly but are very excited to welcome Noah, North Shore resident of Pupukea, to the Loko Ea ‘ohana through the KUPU Extended Internship Program. Noah will be assisting with the restoration, education and maintenance of Loko Ea...

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MAHALO NUI LOA to our Summer Interns!

MLEF was blessed to have four new interns join our ʻohana this summer. Along with our yearlong KUPU intern, we had a team of five incredible interns to assist with our ongoing management and summer activities. Mahalo to all of them for their hard work! A huge MAHALO to each of the internship...

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Intern at Loko Ea this summer!

2016 Summer Internship Program Loko Ea is looking for summer interns! We are looking for interns enthusiastic about fishponds and mālama ʻāina! Details: 30 to 40 hours per week for the 10 week summer June 6th through August 12th- The dates and 10-week duration of the paid summer internship are tailored so...

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WATCH VIDEO: Dancing Our Way to Community

In December 2014, Team Mālama Loko Ea participated in an all-paeʻāina (islands) online dance party to support our friends at Kuaʻāina Ulu ʻAuamo (KUA). KUA is a movement-building organization supporting and connecting rural Hawaiian communities, restoring natural abundance to the islands we call home. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pae-aina-dance-party-2014

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