‘Ahahui Mālama i ka Lōkahi
Photo Album I

Photos from 2000-2005

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Clearing weeds from ancient lo‘i near Ulupo
(photo credit: E. Guinther / March 9, 2002)

Masa and Kamehameha School students work on clearing overgrowth from springs and old lo‘i kalo near Ulupō Heiau
Volunteers row out to the mitigation islet
(photo credit: E. Guinther / March 26, 2002)

Some of the Stanford University volunteers prepare to row out to the mitigation islet near Kaha Park, Kawai Nui Marsh
Standford Spring Break students wading out to work
(photo credit: E. Guinther / March 26, 2002)

...while others opted to wade over to the islet.

What is a mitigation islet?


Pair of mallards on the mitigation islet near Kaha Park
(photo credit: E. Guinther / May 1, 2002)

Two ducks check out changes to the mitigation islet as volunterer Ron Walker (‘Ahahui Mālama i ka Lōkahi) looks on. Compare vegetation on surface with that in photo above, taken two months earlier. Just out of frame in lower right and on other side of islet are ramps to allow wading birds access to the islet.
Amy weeding (photo credit: E. Guinther / unknown date)

Amy removing weeds from the side of the pōhaku
at Nā Pōhaku o Hauwahine.
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