Nā Wai E Hoʻōla i Nā Iwi? – Who Will Save the Bones?
From an ancient burial site at Honokahua, Maui, to the streets of Honolulu, the issue of protecting ancestral remains…1
Hōkai ua Lawaiʻa Makapaʻa
This music video demonstrates a traditional Hawaiian method of catching ʻopelu (Pacific mackerel) off the Waiʻanae coast of Oʻahu.
Islands At Risk – Genetic Engineering in Hawaiʻi
Focusing on local experiments with genetically modified organisms (GMO’s), the program features Hawai’i farmers, teachers, legal and medical experts…
Living Jewels – The Rare Plants of Hawaiʻi
Rare and endangered plants and their habitats are presented and discussed by horticulturist Heidi Bornhorst and botanist Charles Lamoureux….
Nā Keiki o ka ʻĀina – Children of the Land
The children plant taro and other food plants, tend to their square-foot gardens, learn bee-keeping, animal husbandry, water conservation…
ʻAuhea ʻOe e ke Kumu
This video is a call for teachers to help revitalize the Hawaiian language, which was saved from the brink…
Geothermal development interests, seeking to clear the rain forest for drilling operations, are opposed by native Hawaiians seeking to…
Mālama Hāloa – Protecting the Taro
A look at different varieties of taro and their traditional uses.
Kula Kaiapuni Rally
Speeches and music by Hawaiian language scholars, teachers and students at a rally to lobby for government funding for...
Mauna Kea – Temple Under Siege
Mauna Kea – Temple Under Siege paints a portrait of a mountain that has become a symbol of the…