The Concerned Elders of Wai‘anae hope you will join us on July 24th for the fourth Huaka‘i Aloha ‘Aina o Wai‘anae, an environmental justice bus tour. This is a unique opportunity to visit the moku of Wai‘anae and experience the rich history of this vibrant community and fertile land. This is also a great opportunity to connect with the many Wai‘anae residents working to protect one of O‘ahu’s remaining breadbaskets. Together, we can work to bring local, sustainable food production back to Hawai‘i, defend Hawai‘i’s rural communities and open spaces from inappropriate development, and protect the public’s health from contamination of our land and ocean.
We will be meeting at 8 AM at the Waianae Campus of the Leeward Community College. We will visit successful farms in Wai‘anae, see farmland currently in jeopardy of industrialization, and meet with real Wai‘anae farmers. We will pick up lunch at Wai‘anae’s own Farmers’ Market.
Seating on the tour bus is limited, so please RSVP to Marti at 524-8220 or firstname.lastname@example.org. See attached flyer for more details.
The LCC-Wai‘anae Campus is located at 86-088 Farrington Highway.
Please proceed along Farrington Highway, past Leihoku Street and Longs Drugstore. LCC-Wai‘anae is on the mauka-side of the road, on the top of the 2-story building behind the Cathay Chinese Restaurant and the Tesoro Gas Station. If you have trouble finding us, please call:
LCC-W front desk: 696-6378