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Our He Hawaiʻi Au program provides cultural presentations, static displays and actual short day sails for schools, community groups or just interested people.  For more information on how to schedule a presentation contact us here.

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The Nakoa Foundation Teams up with the Kua O Ka Lā Public Chater School's, Hīpuʻu program, at Keauhou Bay  November 18, 2021

Nakoa Foundation hosted the Miloliʻi unit of the Kua O Ka Lā Hīpuʻu program at Keauhou Bay. The  24 attending students (ages between 6 and 16) learned about the environmental threats to Konaʻs shore line from Marine Biologist Lauren Nakoa. They also learned to weave coconut leaves and were taken out on a sea excursion on the double hulled canoe Kinikini where the History of Keauhou was explained along with the operational techniches of sailing a double hulled canoe.

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Nakoa Foundation and Going Home Hawaii Hawaiian Canoe Class

April, 2021

The Nakoa Foundation provided a 10 hour  class over five days sharing the physical and cultural elements that make the Hawaiian Canoe Unique with clients of the Going Home Hawaii community re-integration program in Kona.

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Nakoa Foundation and Going Home Hawaii Hawaiian Canoe Class

Nov 25, Dec 2,9,16-2020

The Nakoa Foundation provided a 10 hour  class over four days sharing the physical and cultural elements that make the Hawaiian Canoe Unique with clients of the Going Home Hawaii community re-integration program in Kona.

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Jackʻs Diving Locker and Nakoa Foundation teamed up for Covid-19 school enrichment program.

Sept 6, 2020

The Nakoa Foundation teamed up with Jackʻs Diving Locker under a County of Hawaii grant obtained by the Makanai Kai Foundation of Kona to provide student activities between September and December 2020 in response to the reduced school hours due to Covid 19.  Students attended training sessions onboard Hawaiian Double canoe Kinikini and catamaran Noanoa to explored the ocean and lands between Kailua and Keauhou in Kona.  Each session was 5 days long and open free of charge to 8 to 18 year olds.

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Nā Peʻa produces video on

What makes a canoe Hawaiian

July 4, 2020

Nā Peʻa crew member Nikko Allen narrated

a video on the unique features of the Hawaiian Canoe

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