Place-Based Education

We welcome groups of all ages to learn at Kapapapuhi and have a menu of educational resources you are free to use!

Marine

Debris

Why do we care? 

Where does it come from?

What can we do about it?

Kilo/Future

Vision

Learn how to kilo:

Observe, predict, and make connetions like our ancestors.

Invasive

Species

Which plants are invasive?

Why should we remove invasives?

Native

Planting

Which are native plants important?

How can you help grow them?

Moʻolelo/

ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi

Traditional and Hawaiian place names and stories of Puʻuloa (Pearl Harbor)

Why the

Signs?

What are current pollution issues affecting the food webs of Puʻuloa?

Kaʻiwi

Burial Mound

Learn about the wahi pana (sacred site) located at Kapapapuhi Park

Introductory Resources

Site slideshow, behavior contract, safety guidelines and more!

Please note, we do not have an educational staff at this time. 

These activities were created for implementation with student or teacher leaders.  They were piloted in January of 2019 with Mililani High School student leaders, rotating 300 students from Ewa Makai Middle School through 8 stations.  

You are welcome to add them to your Google drive and modify them. We are available for limited consultation to help you customize curriculum for use with your group. 

Email our educational specialist 

Help us grow the next generation of `Ewa Leaders!