Laulima @ Heʻeia with Jose Garces, Hubert Keller, Mark Noguchi & Christina Tosi
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Learn from Hawaiian cultural practitioners what it takes to care for the Heʻeia ahupuaʻa (ancient land division extending from mountain to sea), an 800-year-old fishpond and loʻi on the windward side of Oʻahu. Laulima means a group of people working together, so take your pick: clear limu and rocks out of an 800-year-old fishpond or get your hands and feet muddy in the loʻi (irrigated terrace) to experience traditional practices of land stewardship. Change of clothing recommended, lunch and refreshments will be provided.