Mālama Loko Ea Haleʻiwa Fishpond Community Workday

Meet the Videographer: Mauna Burgess

About the video: Loko Ea, the Hawaiian fishpond at Haleʻiwa, is a model of sustainability practiced by ancient Hawaiians. Located in the district of Waialua, the area was famous for its fresh springs and abundant harvests. In Mālama Loko Ea (Caring for Loko Ea), Leeward TV Pro student Mauna Burgess documents a recent community workday at Loko Ea fishpond, including insights by participants on why they always come out to help.

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