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Education and Research

We enhance connections to ʻāina through education

  • Lead field trips with local schools, an annual summer program for keiki (children) and ʻōpio (youth), college courses, workshops, and trainings for community learners of all ages.

  • Center stories, place names, land-use history, policy, and ecology of particular ʻāina while building capacity to care for these places across generations.

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We assist families, community groups, landowners, and government agencies with cultural, historic, and archival lands research to aid in the care and protection of ʻāina today

  • Specialize in māhele and kuleana records, translation, place names, archival maps, historic images, land-use plans, and analysis to support policy reforms.   

  • Train people to conduct needed archival ʻāina research on their own. 

  • Build a community archive of Kauaʻi lands, cultural practices, and ʻike (knowledge) to guide future restoration, caretaking, education, and governance.

Projects and Resources

(W)Anini Project

A project to increase historical and cultural understanding of the past and present-day Wanini (Anini) area

ʻĀpana ʻOhana

Five-part workshop series in partnership with Huliauapaʻa and OHA in 2020 focused on maintaining kuleana and ʻohana heir lands

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