Monday, May 13, 2013

Outdoor Learning Center Brochure

Outdoor Learning Center

This school year, we created our Outdoor Learning Center which consists of our Native Hawaiian garden, aquaponics lab and pipeline worm bin.  We could not have completed these projects without the generous donations and support from numerous individuals and companies.  Take a look at what we were able to accomplish this school year (click on the link)!  We can't wait to see what is in store for next school year!

Monday, May 6, 2013

Pipeline Worm Bin

Thank you to Kokua Hawaii and Mindy Jaffe!  Our pipeline worm bin will be up and running soon!  Stayed tuned for pictures!

Friday, April 26, 2013

Seeds of Change Contest

Help us win money for our school garden and aquaponics.  The garden with the most votes will win up to $25,000 or one of 15 - $10,000 grants. Voting ends May 17.  Tell your family and friends. You can vote once a day!
1) VISIT and “LIKE” the Seeds of Change Facebook page.
2) SEARCH for your favorite community garden or farm using the zip code or name.  Type in 96706.  Our school garden's name - Ka Uluwehi o ka Na'auao will appear.
3) Click the VOTE button!

You will not be able to vote from a mobile device, such as a tablet or phone.

Friday, April 19, 2013


Our aquaponics is finally here!  Thank you to HEI Charitable Foundation, iSIS Hawai'i, Hapa Farms, and Chevron for helping us to make our aquaponics a reality! 

Yellow Ohi'a

Thank you to Ryan Peralta and Terrence Toguchi, Division of Forestry and Wildlife, for donating a yellow ohi'a plant to our school garden!  Thank you to Stephanie Hurder who spoke with our 4th grade students about Native Hawaiian plants!  Ms. Fong's class had the honors of planting the yellow ohi'a in our school garden!