The Mālama ʻĀina Field School at Nānākuli is a place-based and project-based summer school program for students at Nanakuli High & Intermediate School, integrating the subjects of science, math, English, social studies, and art while nurturing a love for the land and sea where the students live. In this segment, we hear from Eric Enos, Executive Director of Kaʻala Farm, a non-profit organization that connects the past and present toward a sustainable future for the people of Waiʻanae. We see how kalo (taro) is grown, harvested, and prepared to nourish our bodies and souls. The Mālama ʻĀina Field School is supported in large part by grants from Kamehameha Schools and the Marisla Foundation. This video was produced by Outside Hawai'i for Mālama Learning Center, 2015.