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Community rallies to restore torched Ka’ala Farm

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  • preparing safe areas for upcoming visits by school children and insulating the water pipe that provides irrigation water. This is (l-r) Danielle Torres (18
  • INPEACE and Nanakuli High School and Waianae High School had a workday to help restore the Cultural Learning Center grounds near Kaala Farm after the brush fire devastation in early June. Work included cleaning taro patches
  • clearing fire debris
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    Volunteers from community groups including MAO Malama Learning Center
  • It was muddy work cleaning up the taro field at the grounds of Ka'ala Farm's Cultural Learning Center Saturday after a brush fire devastated the area in early June. Kaley Kamaka handed off mud-caked weeds to Cane Ricardo. The Waianae High School students were among volunteers from several community groups and schools. See more photos of the cleanup effort at

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