Today was our last field trip to Hui Ku Maoli Ola and Papahana Kuaola in Kane'ohe and we met up with our speakers Francis and Logan. The first place we went was to the plant nursery with Francis, Hui Ku Maoli Ola is the biggest nativr Hawaiian plant nursery in the universe. The first thing that stood out to me was the Kokio keokeo, which is a white beautiful hibiscus which it is an endangered native plant. Throughout the time we were in the Plant Nursery, we took a tour and saw about over a hundred different Native Hawaiian Plants. The second place we went was Papahana Kuaola. Aunty logan told us some mo'olelo about the ahupua'a that we were in and what we had to do and we did that for about an hour half. We had to pull out all the weeds in the lo'i and then put bone mill and pot ash on the kalo to help it grow and and cover the mounds with the mud. After finishing that, we ended up swimming in the mud and all of us were muddy from our necks down. Before we washed off in the water, we talked about the springs and one part of the kalo patch that had a little drinking pond that had a story behind it, which was back then after the kupuna finished in the kalo patch, they drank kava and sit around the well. Then we finished the day off by swimming by a waterfall and having laughs with everyone.