Keep this schedule handy for a Saturday that you’re free: Mahalo to everyone who has been turning out for our monthly work parties at Mokae!
PO Box 115, Hana HI 96713 • email@example.com • (808) 650-2722 Press Release For Immediate Release May 28, 2021 KE AO HALI‘I RECEIVES $34,300 FROM OHA FOR NĀ KIA‘I IWI KŪPUNA O HĀNA PROJECT HĀNA, MAUI, HAWAII – Ke Ao Hali‘i (Save the Hāna Coast) today announced a grant award totaling $34,300 that will support the Native Hawaiian community through the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) Iwi …
Ke Ao Hāli‘i has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs to hold the Pule ‘Āina o Maka‘alae me Mokae event. Check out the press release: Ke Ao Halii – Ahahui-Grant-Recipient-Press-Release
It’s time for another community volunteer day at Mokae! Date: February 13, 2021 Time: 3-5 pm Details: Meet at the Kaholaiki gate on Haneo’o Road, above Hamoa. Bring gloves, water and a small weed tool. Please wear a mask and respect social distancing. We hope to see you there!
Please join us Saturday, January 30th for a fence repair party at Mokae. Meet at the gate on Haneo’o Road at 9:00 am. Please wear mask when near other people and follow COVID safety protocols. Mahalo!
Aloha, please join us for another afternoon of Malama Mokae, pulling weeds and taking care of the land. Date: November 14, 2020 Time: 3-5 pm Where: Mokae (Kaholaiki/Sand Bar) above Hamoa Beach Bring: Water, gloves, and a small weed tool.
Aloha, please join us for another work day down at Mokae! Date: October 10, 2020 Time: 3-5 pm Where: Meet at Kaholaiki gate on the Haneo’o Road, above Hamoa Bring: Water, gloves, and small pick or weed tool for stubborn plants.
We are hiring temporary positions as Field Workers for the fall season. Please see flyer below for more information:
Please click on the following link to view the Mokae Access Policy Ke Ao Hali’i had planned to meet directly with the community in March and April so we could get mana‘o and feedback on the Management Plan and Access Policy. We will do this community outreach after the epidemic is conquered and our lives return somewhat back to normal. …
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