Tuesday, March 12, 2013

New direction for the Kahu Kuʻuna program.

The Kahu Kuʻuna: Hawaiʻi Stewardship Project is taking a new direction. The new focus of the project will be to foster development of curriculum to benefit our communities in order to enable them with skills and knowledge to engage in the processes and opportunities to care for, protect and perpetuate our connections to our cultural resources.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Maui's birthplace in Lualualei

Protect Ag Land and Maui's birthplace in Lualualei from industrial development!
Watch the video by Ka Makani Kaiaulu 'o Wai'anae about environmental justice in Wai'anae. 

Waiʻanae: Kū I Ka Pono, Kūʻē I Ka Hewa from kyle kajihiro on Vimeo.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Kekuewa Kikiloi's Doctoral Research Online

Click here to access the article in the Hana Hou/Hawaiian Air Magazine to read about Kekuewa researchin the Northwest Hawaiian Islands.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Hawaii Stewardship on Kauai


An agreement between the County of Kaua‘i and the Hui Malama O Kaneiolouma, Friday, will help breathe new life into the Kaneiolouma Heiau located in Po‘ipu.

Click the above photo for more information.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Whatʻs Up with Kahu Kuuna

Well if youʻre interested.... This semester's Kahu Kuʻuna class got cancelled for low enrollment. Attrition bites! Well, that doesn't mean the program is dead... we just gotta figure out how to recruit more students and keep them interested. A few of my students however continue to be active in resource management. Two are currently doing an internship with KS and Tom Dye and Associates doing collections inventory and we are planning a summer class for them as well that is connected to the PIPES Natural Resource Management program at UH-Hilo. I am also planning a two day workshop to learn plane table mapping... so thongs are still moving in the positive despite a little setback....

mai poina.... malama ka ʻāina e kokua kakkou