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Expanding protection for our kupuna islands Expanding protection for our kupuna islands
July 27
KAHEA was part of the initial push to create a protective refuge in the state waters of the Northwest Hawaiian Islands and the subsequent, successful establishment of the first-ever marine monument in 2006. This action would protect one of the most unique ocean ecosystems on the planet.
Why designate Keauhou as a water management area?
April 04
Kill Bills HB2712/SB3020 about Science Subzones
February 16
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Our issues are at the nexus of environmental protection and cultural rights. We work mauka (mountain-side) to makai (ocean-side) towards community-driven, culturally appropriate solutions to critical threats facing the natural and cultural resources of Hawaiʻi nei.


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