We started off the day by meeting at school. David, Max, Brandon, and I then got in my mom's truck and found a surprise... mini white doughnuts and orange juice. After stopping at the train station and putting on sunscreen we drove to the top of the Kaanapali Coffee Farms and the class transferred into the chaperone's trucks. I rode in the back of my mom's truck when we drove into the valley. When we got there Auntie Puanani was waiting and we started off with a pule(prayer). We then got the tools we needed and walked down to where we would work for a few hours before our lunch. We started by weeding and raking. After that we walked back up to the lunch area. I had a bagel with cream cheese and an apple. The whole class walked down again to the area we weeded and started digging with O'os and shovels. We planted a few plants like the Uki'uki and Pili Grass. After we were done planting we went back to the trucks and went home. Auntie Puanani said we should remember at least two things we learned about the native plants we studied. I learned that Noni cures stings and bites and that kukui nut sap can cure sore throats.