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About LKOC

The hydroponic lettuce grown at the LKOC/Women's Correctional Center "Learn to Grow" program is now available at Foodland stores in Kailua, Beretania, Market City and Aina Haina!

The lettuce is deliverd fresh every Wednesday, and there are multiple varieties available from week to week.

Our volunteers have done a terrific job putting this program together.  We hope you will support them and the women at the facility who work so hard to produce the crop from planting to harvest.  Proceeds go to support the program, with a portion going to a women's shelter in Kailua.

67 Years of clean, green, and beautiful for Kailua!!!
103 Years for the State of Hawaii!!!

Welcome to Lani-Kailua Outdoor Circle's Web Site

The Outdoor Circle

Founded in 1912, The Outdoor Circle, a statewide, non-profit, environmental organization, is dedicated to keeping Hawai'i clean, green and beautiful by preserving, protecting and enhancing our environment for future generations.  The Outdoor Circle has played a vital role in preserving Hawaii's natural beauty by ridding our state of billboards in 1927, coordinating street tree planting programs, protecting Diamond Head from development, advocating for the placement of all utilities underground, preserving open space, advocating for more parks, and educating Hawaii's youth about trees, litter and the environment.  Click here to go to The Outdoor Circle's web site.  The Outdoor Circle is the trunk--we are a branch.

Lani-Kailua Outdoor Circle

The Lani-Kailua Outdoor Circle was founded as a branch in 1948, and is dedicated to beautifying Kailua by planting trees, shrubs and flowers in parks, public spaces, at schools and along streets and highways.  LKOC maintains vigilance over these areas and endeavors to work with government maintenance people and community groups to coordinate beautification projects.  The organization is dedicated to preserving open space, coastal vistas, shoreline areas, ridgelines and green belts.


Our mailing address is Lani-Kailua Outdoor Circle, Box 261, Kailua, HI  96734
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