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Summary of Community Outreach

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more info, videos, and photos on the chronology of this climate change project as it relates to our Resilience here in Waiehu, please scroll down.

Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative

Introductory video summary click picture (left) to start

Text Box: Informational Workshop Hālāwai
Monday, May 14, 5-7pm / St. Ann Church Waihe’e
Text Box: Hike 
Monday, May 28, 7am-4pm / Waiehu Beach Park

WAIEHU STREAM HUAKA’I #1

Maka’ala Project 

Huakai #1 click picture to start short video

Kuahiwi

Upland Watershed, Episodic Rainfall Events, Forestry and Ecology

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Daniel Ornellas   

Leadership Makaala Project

Morning Pep-Talk, Days Agenda

             and Map Referance.

Geographical area of responsibility for Waiehu Resilient Hawaiian Communities

HUAKAI #1 pictures

HIKE ROUTE MAP #1

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Skippy Hau

DAR, DLNR Biologist

Lessons “on stream heath”

Aquatic life collected showing return of species to streams once considered depleted. 

Route Huaka’i #1

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Kanoa/Kepano Ohana

Hike takes us mauka along an ”OLD GOVERNMENT  ROAD”

Waiehu Stream mauka of the muliwai and makai of Kahekili Hwy.

Remnant of an old bridge crossing Waiehu Stream makai of Kahekili Hwy.

Mahalo to Maka’ala Project., Huakai #1 participants

Trading of stories, mele and protocols relevant to Hawaiian Cultural practice by Keikai Robinson and others

Muliwai, where the fresh water meets the sea, a breeding ground

for many edible Hawaiian delicacies, including limu, crustacean, mollusk, and fish.