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‘Ahahui Mālama i ka Lōkahi

 
Our programs encompass research, education, and active stewardship of the land. Through these programs, we develop, promote, and practice a native Hawaiian conservation ethic responsible to both Hawaiian culture and science.

 

OUR PROGRAMS
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AML will be participating in several venues at the World Conservation Congress.
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Stewardship Programs

Grants and Research
Position Papers
Educational Tours
VISITORS
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‘Ahahui Mālama i ka Lōkahi welcomes visitors to our website and to our various programs and projects. The website offers connections to a wealth of historical, cultural, and educational information and materials focused on our mission to promote and perpetuate a modern native Hawaiian conservation ethic. Visit our EDUCATION page for access to educational resources and our LINKS page for conections to our additional cultural/historical websites and those websites provided by like organizations in the Hawaiian Islands.

Our members serve as volunteers at several Kailua ‘ahupua‘a project sites. At project sites under Hawai‘i State Parks (Nā Pōhaku o Hauwahine and Ulupō Heiau), our members serve as park docents. Coincide your visit with a docent's presence and you are free to ask questions about that wahi pana (special place) or perhaps even recieve a mini tour. For a special educational tour, see what's being offered this month on our BLOG page.

EDUCATION LINKS


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