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ʻImi ʻIke

Research

About

We assist families, community groups, land owners and government with cultural, historic and archival lands research to aid in 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 community archive of Kaua`i lands, cultural practices, and `ike to guide future restoration, caretaking, education, and governance.

PROJEcTS & RESOUCES

Crown Lands of Kauaʻi

Resource

This resource includes crown lands of Kauaʻi.

Anini Project

Resource

This project includes a report, story map, and timeline.

Hanapēpē Project

Resource

This resource is from UH for the CIA.

Hoʻokahua Class

Course/ Resource

This course includes handouts and resources.

QLCC Workshop

Initiative

This initiative in cludes the protection of kuleana and ʻohana lands funded by native voices rising.

ʻĀpana ʻOhana Workshop

Resource

This workshop includes resources for Kuleana and ʻOhana heir properties.

Working with County 

Initiatives

These initiatives include general plan amendants to protect ʻohana lands, general plan zoning, changes to tax break laws, and AAEF. 

Wawa's Legacy

Initiative

This initiative was direct ʻohana support.

Waiʻoli Kalo

Initiative

This initiative is based around Waiʻoli kalo farmers, stream work, and community based stewardship.

Other

Resources

These resources include cool websites and student work