Last month our team and their families headed to Kipahulu for the day to volunteer at Kapahu Living Farm and help dig out their taro patch and get fresh water flowing. The Kipahulu ʻOhana is a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching Hawaiian traditions through hands-on classes and demonstrations. Since 1995 they have been sharing native Hawaiian practices in Kipahulu to residents and visitors.
This was our second time volunteering at the Living Farm and after getting a little dirty, our team swam in the waterfall and then had lunch together. Thank you to the Kipahulu ʻOhana for hosting us for the day!