It’s the 28th Annual Banana Poka RoundUp! Yes! That’s 28 years of helping keep Koke’e clear of this invasive high climbing vine.
It’s ok to not know what a Banana Poka is, after all we aren’t all born with our heads full of knowledge, the Banana Poka is actually a species of passionfruit and it’s yellow edible fruits have led to the name Banana Passionfruit.
Lovely as it is Koke’e needs our hep to keep it under control. That’s where we can help. On Sunday, May 27th, from 10 am until 3 pm you can help clear this invasive vine and do something fun and useful with them too, basket making! And that’s not all that’s on offer at this environmentally friendly day out, you can also take part in: crafts, drawing, crowing contest, listen to Hawaiian entertainment, enjoy snacks, and join in the silent auction.
It’s all taking place at CCC Camp in Kokee State Park, with parking in Kanaloahuluhulu Meadow. For more information on Koke’e or the Banana Poka Round Up call Michelle Hookano on 335-9975, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website by clicking here