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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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PHOTO BY DENNIS ODA 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 staradvertiser.com.