Mahalo nui to Nā ‘Awa Koa for coming out to help mālama our Native Hawaiian Plant Coastal Restoration area! These humble kanaka spend their free time practicing the art and ceremony of ‘awa and give back to the ‘āina in various ways, one of which is by helping care for our native plants, including ahu’awa, a […]
MPW was honored to host Kamehameha School’s Ipu Kukui program at Waimea Bay during Fall break. These bright keiki learned about Makahiki season and how observing the changes in the weather and ocean conditions determine the kind of work that is done within the ahupua’a to ensure abundant resources. We are always so thrilled to […]
Mahalo nui to DLNR’s Marine Patrol Unit for responding to a violation at Waimea Bay and then visiting the rest of the Marine Life Conservation District to make sure everyone was following all the rules and regulations. We’re always happy to see them working hard to protect our fragile marine resources!
Ka Papa Kai keiki keeping in clean! Our keiki picked up 20 pounds of trash around Sharks Cove during our Fall program. Mahalo nui! You are awesome!! Stay tuned for details about our Winter/Spring 2018 session.
Community Talk Story Event! Join us, Hōkūle’a crew, and other amazing North Shore non-profits as we learn and share about our collective efforts to mālama honua. 6pm Waimea Valley Pavilion. Free and open to the public. Potluck and kanikapila. See you there!! 🌺☀️🐠
Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea and Waimea Valley were humbly honored to welcome Hōkūle’a and Wānanapaoa into Waimea Bay. After sharing oli, ha’akoa, and ho’okupu, everyone gathered in the shade of the milo trees to talk story and share inspirations about our collective efforts to mālama honua. Mahalo to everyone who made the day possible and mahalo nui […]