Kamehameha Schools’ Stewardship Plan for North Shore

Kamehameha Schools’ Stewardship Plan for North Shore

Ka moku ʻo Waialua on the North Shore of Oʻahu contains some of Kamehameha Schools’ conservational, agricultural, rural and commercial lands. Rooted in the Kamehameha Schools’ five core land management values of education, environment, culture, economics, and community, their vision for the North Shore region is to implement sustainable land management practices that upholds with traditional Hawaiian culture, values and knowledge to create a healthy community and abundance for future generations.

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