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Ua mau ke ea o ka ʻāina i ka pono 

“ The Life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness”

Our mission at Pono Outdoor Program is to reunify humanity with nature by teaching indigenous ways such as fire-making, water purification, shelter building, food foraging, medicinal plant knowledge, and regenerative farming in co-creation with our community.

“I like that I don’t have to wear a mask and I get to be outside all day and we get to do cool stuff like jump in the water and go surfing.”

 

– Ozzy, age 6

What the keiki are saying...

What the parents are saying...

“The most amazing thing to see is the children thriving, being able to breath freely, being in a safe environment where theyʻre not being told that they’re in danger or that they are a danger, and that they’re able to be free.”

– Heather

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