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Volunteer Kauai Week

Malama Hule’ia will partner with Malama Kauai for one of the service options of the Volunteer Kauai Week. For this, our monthly workday will be held on Saturday April 29 from 2-5pm, instead of the regular 3rd Saturday morning.  A pot … Continue reading

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Emory Griffin-Noyes Joins MH

In the January 2017 Mālama Hulē‘ia Board of Directors meeting, Emory Griffin-Noyes was elected as a new Director. His term will run from 2017 until 2020. Belatedly, we welcome Emory to the MH Ohana. Emory is great fit for Mālama Hulē‘ia. … Continue reading

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Good Low Tide for Mangrove Removal 2/28/17

There will be an excellent minus tide in Nawiliwili Bay at 11.23am on 2/28/17.  This will be perfect for the  workday collaboration of Malama Huleia and the Kauai Invasive Species Committee to remove invasive red mangrove from the end of Niumalu … Continue reading

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New Mālama Hulē‘ia Directors and Officers

In the January, 2016, meeting of the Mālama Hulē‘ia Board of Directors, new members of the Board were voted in, and new Board Officers were elected. We are fortunate to have as new Directors Dr. Lee Evslin and Kumu Sabra Kauka, who … Continue reading

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Island School 7th Graders Perform Legendary Cleanup

Not to be mere observers of what was happening to the Puali Wetland, the 7th Graders of Island School got down and dirty in cleaning up the place. They filled up a large roll-off bin with debris of dry grass, sticks, coconuts, … Continue reading

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Just Like Gardening

Last Saturday, December 12, 2015, teachers of the DOE came to Niumalu Beach Park for a day of foundation-building (Kahua) activities. The day was partly hosted by Mālama Hulē‘ia, with Sara Bowen and Mason Chock providing an introduction to the cultural … Continue reading

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This Third Saturday

Work at the Pū‘ali Wetland will be focused on controlling the seashore paspalum (“opae grass”). We needed this non-native grass initially to help contain the sediment, but it has proven to be too invasive and will crowd out  the native … Continue reading

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