By Billy Kinney Waipā Foundation (Kauaʻi, Hawaiʻi, USA) This global E Alu Pū gathering started with the greeting of the many familiar faces, then from across the courtyard we received simultaneous requests to be welcomed by unfamiliar ones. Though unacquainted with the faces, the sounds and modulation of those sounds were all too familiar. The […]
E Alu Pū Global Gathering
This is a kāhea (call) to our indigenous ʻohana (family) and place-based grassroots leaders from around the Pacific and the world.
On Saturday, May 7, 2016 the Sierra Club of Hawaiʻi is partnering with organic taro farmer, Anthony Deluze, the second “Lā Hana” (community workday) @ Kaʻonohi Farm (Oʻahu, Hawaii)
By Wally Ito – The following announcement came across my desk the other day. It is with great sadness that I relay the message of the passing of a great and gracious lady. When we think of the ancient Hawaiian diet we often think of fish and poi. Fish were abundant and readily harvested from […]
As Ancestral resources dwindle, the children of Kaʻūpūlehu remain steadfast in efforts to mālama (care for) ocean resources.
By Kevin Chang ~ OCTOBER 9, 2015 · CIVIL BEAT · We’ve lost a man who inspired the old and the young to help Hawaii regain its environmental health. ~ Uncle Henry was a founding member of the E Alu Pū network, a 13-year-old statewide grassroots mālama ʻāina network with a vision to collectively build an environmentally abundant and healthy future for communities and the places they most depend on for sustenance.
MAHALO for dancing with us across the islands to celebrate abundance for the land, water and people of Hawaiʻi.