Camp Kokua Provides Service on Kahoolawe

Camp Kokua High School students participated in a 4 day restoration project on the island of Kahoolawe this summer.   Headed by Ho`ala teacher and Camp Kokua Director, Lori Fukuoka, students and parents worked with the Kahoolawe Island Reserve Commission (KIRC) Restoration Program.  Volunteer trips typically focus on watershed restoration anKahoolawed revegetation activities. However, the program also included talk-story sessions on ancient and contemporary history, current events, and future use of Kahoʻolawe. Camp Kokua Volunteers visited significant Hawaiian cultural sites, listened to historical stories, learn chants, and practiced cultural protocols as part of the KIRC Culture and Education Program.  Future service trips to Kahoolawe are planned.  

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