While on Kauaʻi, Hōkūleʻa crew members visited Limahuli Garden & Preserve.
After visiting each of the eight major Hawaiian islands on the Mālama Hawaiʻi leg, Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia return to…
Hōkūleʻa and Makaliʻi crewmembers visit the traditional Hawaiian fishing village of Miloliʻi, a community known for sustainable fishing.
In an effort to raise awareness and seek out agriculture leasees, Kamehameha Schools is launching its Mahiʻai Matchup agriculture…
Koa Planting: Hōkūleʻa crew members plant native trees in Keauhou Kāʻū.
A pod of dolphins travel alongside the waʻa and its crew members.
“I am here today to attend the meeting that was coordinated by The Office of Hawaiian Affairs, for a…
Uncle Maka talks about the importance of ʻāina.
Millions flock to Oʻahu’s North Shore each year to catch the best of big wave surfing. Along the way,…
Kaua Newman teaches us about the kalo variety, piko.
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