Kamoleao in Panaʻewa

By Donnalyn Kalei, Asst. Professor – Administration of Justice & Substance Abuse Counseling

In celebration of HawCC’s 70 anniversary, I uploaded a video on Youtube to showcase the service learning of students, faculty, community and inmate volunteers working at Kamoleao from Nov. 2009 and April 2011.

The video represents how over 1,000 volunteers hand-cleared two acres of invasive plants and trees from the forest to create comunity gardens at Kamoleao in Pana’ewa.

Please enjoy:  

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