Planting maiʻa as windbreak, harvesting fruit, tending to our kalo patches, and checking on our oysters.
Itʻs been a busy two weeks at our land base in Kaʻamola. Our kilo journals have been filled with notes about the interesting cloud formations that weʻve seen over Keawanui lately. With all the much-needed rain weʻve been experiencing, our crew has been weedwhacking more than usual to keep our mala clean.
Due to the rapid shifts in the weather lately, weʻve been paying close attention to our loko iʻa and our mala to ensure we malama the iʻa and plants weʻve tended to this year.
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