‘Ike Kapoho Project- Community Workshop Series

Community Workshop Series: Microbial and Archaeological Research of Kapoho Fishpond, Waiheʻe

Please join the Hawaiʻi Land Trust at the Waiheʻe Coastal Dunes & Wetlands Refuge for four community workshops dedicated to archaeological research and restoration of the Kapoho Loko Iʻa Kalo.


  • 6-8 pm, May 31st, June 7th, and June 14th at Waiʻehu Kou Phase 3, 139 Kaulana Na Pua Circle, Lot 90.
  • 12-3 pm May 27th and June 10th at Waiheʻe Coastal Dunes and Wetlands Refuge.
  • Project Hoʻike at 4 pm on June 21st at Waiheʻe Picnic area.

To register for these events, please rsvp using the following link or QR code:


The evening workshops at Waiʻehu Kou will consist of wala ʻau concerning the ʻIke Kapoho project, the analysis of microbes in fishponds, sediments and archaeological sites of Waiheʻe, and restoration of the loko iʻa kalo. An evening meal will be provided at the workshop.

The afternoon workshops at Waiheʻe will follow a community workday and consist of on-site wala ʻau and training in archaeological methods. Families are welcome; please bring water and wear clothes appropriate for outdoor activities.  Contact Scott Fisher (scott@hilt.org) for more information.