Aloha and E Hele Mai!
Waikalua Loko Fishpond Preservation Society (WLFPS) was founded in June 1995, to manage and implement a preservation plan. As Kia `I Loko (caretakers), restoration and preservation of the Waikalua Loko I‘a is an ongoing effort by students, community groups, and many individuals during school visits and community work days. Public and private partners are taking responsibility as stewards to breathe new life back into the 400 year old fishpond. As each stone is put back on the wall and each native plant takes root, we build the foundation for a healthier and sustainable future that honors the rich cultural and natural heritage of the Kāne‘ohe ahupua’a.
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Mahalo nui to the following companies who have contributed since the Dec 13th burglary at the fishpond:
La Hana Loko I'a
Upcoming Community Work Days
- November 14, 2015
What To Bring
- Wear clothing you don't mind getting dirty and wet
- Tabis or old athletic shoes
- Reusable water bottle
Visit The Pond
Video by: Hawaiian Electric Company Volunteers
* WLFPS does not allow one use plastic water bottles at the pond. Please bring your own recyclable bottle. We also provide igloos of ice water and compostable cups at each work site.