This years Miloliʻi Lawaiʻa ʻOhana Camp will be held at the site of the Miloliʻi Community Enrichment and Historical Center July 30th thru August 2nd 2014. The camp, themed “Kanaka Pilina Kai” (Stewards of the Ocean) will focus on marine conservation and awareness, biological fish counting and monitoring and invasive species removal. Guest speakers from DLNR and DOCARE will attend as well as Mr. Gary Shimabukuro from Laulima LLC on Oahu. The camp will also feature traditional hawaiian arts and crafts, astronomy study and a nature hike to Honomalino Bay. On the last day of the camp, the Miloliʻi ʻŌpelu Project will open the ʻōpelu season with a traditional ceremony and lifting of the kapu, followed by a invasive luʻu kai tournament and lunch luau.

Please contact Kaimi Kaupiko and download the camp application here.