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Cindy Macfarlane-Flores, owner and operator of Field Trip Friends, used a Mālama Loan from OHA to expand her business. Field Trip Friends takes keiki and their ʻohana on huakaʻi to places on Oʻahu, such as Paepae o He'eia, with the goal of developing the keiki’s love for the environment.

OHA loan promotes mālama ʻāina

Let’s go on a field trip! Come along on a huakaʻi to Paepae o Heʻeia with Cindy Macfarlane-Flores, owner and operator of Field Trip Friends. Find out how this Native Hawaiian business-owner used a Mālama Loan from OHA to expand her business that aims to develop keiki’s love for the environment.

More information on Mālama Loans is available at oha.org/malamaloan

Produced by OHA Digital Media
Interview & Video: Alice Silbanuz
Edit: Alexis Panoncillo

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