Lo'i (Taro Patch)
Our loʻi (taro patches) are an important food source and archaeological site in our curatorship agreement. Some of the loʻi walls have been carbon-dated to over 800 years old.
We currently have restored about 5.5 out of 15 acres of loʻi. Our kalo (taro) are only for community consumption and donation, not for commercial use.
Maintenance and restoration of our loʻi are through the hard work and dedication of our Hā’ena families and community volunteers.