Aloha ʻĀina Workday Checklist
If youʻre planning on visiting Hoʻoulu ʻĀina for one of our aloha ʻāina workdays, if you come on your own or with a group of 10 or less, come up and letʻs work! If you are a group of 10 or larger, please contact us to schedule a visit so that we may provide you or your group with the best learning and aloha ʻāina experience, as well as our Volunteer and Photography Waivers.
The following link will take you to our waiver forms: Volunteer & Photography Waivers
If you are a mālama ʻāina participant who needs their volunteer/community service forms signed for school or for scholarships, the staffer who lead your group will sign after the workday.
ʻŌuaua, ʻāina o ka ua Koʻilipilipi
ʻŌuaua, land of the Koʻilipilipi rain
ʻŌuaua, is one of two ʻili ʻāina that Hoʻoulu ʻĀina takes care of. One version of ʻŌuaua means "rainy," and when visiting Hoʻoulu ʻĀina you'll notice how green the ʻāina is due to all Koʻilipilipi rain that blesses our ʻāina. Whether we're working in the sun or rain, we like to be prepared in mind, body, and gear to work in all sorts of weather. If you or your group is working with us for the first time, please don't forget to check in and sign our volunteer & photography forms. Also due to limited parking, we also encourage visitors to car pool.
- Aloha kekahi i kekahi
- Shoes, or boots, or tabis.
- Clothes to get dirty in
- Rain Jacket
- Water Bottle
- Deet-free mosquito repellent
- Due to limited parking space, car pool as much as possible
- Volunteer & Photography Forms