Yesterday on the 11th of July, we went to UHWO and Zablanʻs beach park. In the morning all the way till 12pm, we stayed at UHWO and we worked. We split into our 3 groups and we went to three different stations. The first station that I was in was harvesting bananaʻs. What we did was cleaned out some of the dead leaves and cut off one of the banana plants then we cut all the dead plants and put it into the compost to turn to soil. My second station was sifting the compost and dirt that is together. At first we had to put the compost through this box with holes inside and what you had to do was push it back and forth like making mack salad. At first it wasnʻt going, but then throughout the time it was working and getting easier to go inside and my partner and I finished all of it. The last station was meditating with Aunty Manu Meyer. She told us that the key was to block out all of the noise and let go of all your thoughts and we did that for ten straight minutes and wow I can tell you it was amazing. When we got back to Nanakuli, we went to Zablan's beach park. What we did was meet up with Uncle Jesse and Aunty Mohala and they told us that we were going to take out all the invasive pickleweed and plant the Hawaiian pickleweed. It took us about 20 minutes to take out the pickleweeds and the smell was horrendous, but we all worked together to take it out. After that, we planted about two to three plants and in my perspective everyone had fun and worked together at it.