Posted by: preservehawaii | October 25, 2010

Limu Festival in Hana

Limu (Hawaiian seaweed) is a nutritious part of a traditional Hawaiian diet, and is important to the health of the nearshore ecosystem, serving as food and shelter for small herbivorous fish. Hana’s 2nd annual Limu Festival will showcase educational activities for kids and adults, including limu planting, plus live music and food booths. Volunteers are needed Friday and Sunday to set up and clean up, and on Saturday with the festival itself. Come out to Hana, Maui, this weekend and learn about this important part of the Hawaiian culture …

What: Hana Limu Festival
When: October 30, 10am-4pm
Where: Haneoʻo (next to Koki Beach in Hamoa)

For more information, contact Kipahulu ʻOhana, ohana@kipahulu.org, www.kipahulu.org, or festival coordinators Na Mamo O Muʻolea, www.muolea.org

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