The Snare of Racism: Hōhonu no ke kawa.

There are painful truths about racism in Hawaiʻi that continue to hurt us and keep us from the whole, abundant, Hawaiʻi – the ‘āina momona…
We’re listening and working to understand how we make action with intention. We invite you to do this work with us. With Aloha…

KUA’s COVID-19 Response and Update

Aloha hoa aloha and ʻohana,
Life is changing quicky… As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues its reach across the world, we find ourselves in new territory. Like many of you, we are adapting to the current environment and making necessary adjustments to protect our staff, networks and community members…

New Friends in North Carolina

A generous alumni grant from Audubon’s Toyota Together Green Fellowship program helped bring alumnus fellow Melanie Allen of the Conservation Trust for North Carolina (CTNC) together with KUA in a project to connect the communities in which they work and find potential opportunities to increase  diverse, grassroots participation in the upcoming IUCN World Conservation Congress. Every four years, the […]

E Alu Pū 2013 Photos and Report

Mahalo to Ka Honua Momona for hosting the 10th anniversary gathering of E Alu Pū. And mahalo nui to all who came, participated, and worked so hard to make this event so special. Peruse our summary report by checking out this link!: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8QG9hB-1fYaUi14RGExWTZRY2s/edit?usp=sharing You can find photos of the gathering from Kim Moa (Moa Photography), Liz […]