Friday, June 3
Nā Kama O Māʻilikūkahi, Building our Youth Leaders
8am Check In
10:30am Tour, ‘Aina Projects
1:30pm Workshops - Food Processing and Production
4:30pm Free Time
7:30pm Youth Evening Activities, Creative Projects
10pm Lights Out
Saturday, June 4
Leading Models of Change
8am Huaka’i - Field Trips (go to 1 of 8 sites)
1pm Food Preparation Activities
7pm Youth Evening Activities, Creative Projects
10pm Lights Out
Sunday, June 5
9am Workshops - Creative Projects
Teachers/Chaperones: $40.00* Register online
Youth Delegates: $20.00* Register online
Youth Waiver Form
*registration fee made possible by Kokua Hawaii Foundation and Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation
E Ho Mai (click to listen)
I Ola No Ke Kino (click to listen)
Mahalo nui for the financial support of:
Kokua Hawai’i Foundation
Paepae O He’eia
Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation
Mahalo nui for the in-kind support of:
Hawaii Invasive Species Council
Malama Learning Center
Whole Foods Market
High school students from Hakipu’u, Punahou, Sacred Hearts and Kahuku stage a play that explores how young people can make better choices about the foods they eat.
Youth delegation spends Thursday morning discussing the many issues surrounding where our food comes from and why we should care.
Conference participants turn their hands to the soil at the Reppun Farm on Friday’s huaka’i.
Conference participants line up to taste the onolicious lunch they have prepared from Heeia Fishpond on Friday’s huaka’i.
Conference participants learn about the workings of He’eia Fishpond on Friday’s huaka’i.
Conference participants enjoy Karen Miyano’s locally-sourced mango-corn salsa during Saturday’s “Awakening your Tastebuds” workshop.