We provide direct, tailored support to families
working to keep ancestral lands.
We connect families with resources, including legal, hoʻoponopono (counseling/mediation), estate planning, and genealogical services.
We help ʻohana to raise funds, establish family land trusts and keep their ʻohana lands in perpetuity wherever possible.
Where families have lost lands, we help them to negotiate access and stewardship agreements so they can continue to care for ʻohana ʻāina.
We work with ʻohana to craft respectful solutions tailored to particular ʻāina and circumstances, while also connecting area ʻohana to one another.
How we support ʻohana