Explore What We Are Accomplishing Via This StoryMap
Mahalo to Project Hōkūlani Intern Joanne Wong for creating this wonderful, interactive storymap
The interactive map below was designed with enable exploration of key features of the present day `Ewa Moku and utilized both for education and planning.
Kapapapuhi Point Park
Although we are helping network with organizations across O`ahu engaging in Mālama Pu`uloa, our primary work site is Kapapapuhi Point Park. We adopted the park in cooperation with the Honolulu City and County in 2017 and have engaged thousands of community members in bio-cultural restoration and education.
Growing Points of Hope for Pu`uloa
Click away on the interactive map below to meet some of those working to care for `āina and wai in the `Ewa Moku - all of whom demonstrate Mālama Pu`uloa if their own way.
Weʻve Got Work To Do - A Look at the Waiawa Stream
Mahalo to Jim Parham for posting video from his Waiawa Stream Survey. Sadly, the condition of this stream is typical for most of the watersheds flowing into Pu`uloa.