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Kilo [observe]

Our Waipahu pbHTA students were blessed with a morning at Mokauea, one of the historic tidal islands in Ke‘ehi Lagoon. 

Visiting with the non-profit Mauliola Ke‘ehi, they practiced being grounded in place, culture, history, and their own breath. With awesome teamwork, they paddled across to the moku and spent an idyllic hour exploring the ecology of the reef — meeting eels (puhi), tasting the limu, and patting sea cucumbers (loli). Mahalo to Aunty Kēhaulani and @mauliola_keehi for an amazing experience.

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