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    Project: Na Mea Hulu

    Protecting the Hawaiian Monk Seal

    As children of Kanaloa, Hawaiians need to discuss the role of the monk seal in modern Hawai`i. Every child of Hawai`i is important; the Hawaiian monk seal is no exception. The seals are on the verge of extinction and they need our help.

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    Project: Kilakila o Kanaloa

    A Web Resource

    Kilakila o Kanaloa is a collection of information on Native Hawaiian ocean related practices and resources with the purpose of encouraging understanding and appreciation of our ocean through research, education, and culture.

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    Project: Aloha Kanaloa Coalition

    A Joint Effort

    The Hawaiian Monk Seal is one of the world’s most endangered mammals. Check out the PSA, get involved, and help.

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    Project: Mo‘ohonua

    A Hawaiian History Timeline

    Kauikeauoli once proudly declared, “He aupuni palapala koʻu,” mine is a kingdom of literacy. It was because of his promise and the people’s commitment to ʻŌlelo Hawaii and the Newspapers that made Hawaii the most literate nation of its time. Moʻohonua is

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Na Mea Hulu

As children of Kanaloa, Hawaiians need to discuss the role of the monk seal in modern Hawai`i. Every child of Hawai`i is important; the Hawaiian monk seal is no exception. The seals are on the verge of extinction and they need our help.
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Kilakila o Kanaloa

Kilakila o Kanaloa is a collection of information on Native Hawaiian ocean related practices and resources with the purpose of encouraging understanding and appreciation of our ocean through research, education, and culture.
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Aloha Kanaloa Coalition

The Hawaiian Monk Seal is one of the world’s most endangered mammals. Get involved and help.
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Mo‘ohonua

Kauikeauoli once proudly declared, “He aupuni palapala koʻu,” mine is a kingdom of literacy. It was because of his promise and the people’s commitment to ʻŌlelo Hawaii and the Newspapers that made Hawaii the most literate nation of its time. Moʻohonua is commitment to Kauikeauuliʻs promise of literacy and the perpetuation of Hawaiian Culture and history.
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Kaulana Nā Koa

Famous warriors of Hawaiʻi. Project in progress.
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Hoʻāla Loko Iʻa

An initiative geared towards restoring the fishponds in Hawaiʻi. Project in progress.
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ʻĀpuakēhau

`Āpuakēhau focuses on community development and nonprofit organizations. Their goal is to be the premiere service provider for grassroots organizations and communities in Hawaii. Using their extensive experience in working with Native Hawaiian and other cultures in Hawaii, they help to support communities and organizations that put people and community first.
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ROAR Hawaiʻi

ROAR Hawaii is a collection of information on Native Hawaiian ocean related practices and resources with the purpose of encouraging understanding and appreciation of our ocean through research, education, and culture.
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Aloha ʻĀina

The Aloha ʻĀina workshop provided guidance that can be applied to a range of resource management entities and their respective kuleana to resources and communities, and this framework was presented to the Native Hawaiian and Research Subcommittees of the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council.
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