WMS seventh graders learn how to take care of the land

WMS students explore Keanuiomano Stream during an outplanting of native dryland forest species. (COURTESY PHOTO/MAHINA PATTERSON)

Pua Case shares life stories with WMS students Shane Beeder and Ariana Shimaoka. (JAN WIZINOWICH/SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY)

WAIMEA — “Malama Ahupuaa,” the title of the latest Waimea Middle School oral history book, funded by Ike Hawaii and Hawaii Community Foundation, recently became available on Amazon. The book is the result of an oral history project conducted by Leesa Robertson’s Waimea Middle School seventh graders.