This weekend our class of 2014 made our way up to O'o farm in Kula. Once we arrived, the group fun, enthusiasm, and exploration began. All of Friday was spent playing and bonding. We went to bed early for a weekend, plus it was a field trip to make it even more unusual. Our class was rudely awakened at 6am for the sun rise. After the wakeup call, loud conversation arose, disturbing me even further. Once breakfast finished we all embarked on planting baby coffee trees. I learned many interesting things about coffee trees, and the journey O'o farm has had with them. O'o farm has over 3000 coffee trees. A full grown one can produce around 6 to 10 pounds of coffee a year. One pound of coffee sells for about twenty four dollars. After perfection planting of our trees we were greeted by the manager of the farm, Richard Clark. He had us survey four different parts of the farm for good and bad insects and signs of insects. Then we said our goodbyes and left the farm planning on going home.