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EDUCATIONAL TOURS OF KAILUA AHUPUA'A & KAWAINUI MARSH

Educational tours of Kailua Ahupua'a and Kawainui Marsh are offered to inform residents and visitors about Hawaiian geological, archaeological, historic and ecological resources of the marsh and vicinity. Learn about many facets of the region, from bugs to birds, and history to legend. There are also service learning trips for elementary through college students to various sites around the marsh.


NATURAL and CULTURAL HISTORY TOURS of
KAILUA AHUPUA`A and KAWAINUI MARSH


[CLICK HERE FOR UPCOMING TOUR INFORMATION]

Our SERVICE PROJECTS

Projects are centered around supporting: ULUPŌ HEIAU, NATIVE PLANTINGS at NĀ PŌHAKU O HAUWAHINE, NATIVE PLANT DEMONSTRATION GARDEN at KAWAINUI NEIGHBORHOOD PARK, and KAWAINUI ESTUARY/WETLAND BIRD ISLET RESTORATION.

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‘Ahahui Mālama I Ka Lōkahi is a non-profit organization first created by native Hawaiians who recognize that Hawaii's unique native plants, animals, and ecosystems represent a vital cultural resource in danger of extinction. We believe that Hawaii's native ecosystems provide the cultural heart of its people, the basis for traditional material culture, and makes the Hawaiian connection to the land unique in the world.


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‘Ahahui Mālama I Ka Lōkahi
Hawaiians for the Conservation
of Native Ecosystems

P.O. Box 720, Kailua, Hawai‘i 96734
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