Haʻaheo School Garden is a great outdoor learning space for students to explore their natural world! Students work together to observe, grow and harvest fresh produce.
A few highlights from the 2019-2020 school year are:
- Fall festival where students worked to harvest, cut and dehydrate dried bananas to raise funds for the garden program
- Starting new seeds and getting to plant them in the garden
- Creating garden art using natural products
- Planting new kalo beds
- Learning about pollinators
- Making fresh orange and tangerine juice
- Trying new foods including ʻulu, mamaki tea, tomato sauce, coconut candy, fresh coconut water, and much more fresh produce from the garden
- Develop a compost system
- Harvesting of sweet potatoes
- Haʻaheo Spring Harvest program
We look forward to continuing the garden program and encouraging students to be connected to the places they live!