The Waimānalo Limu Hui partnered with KUA to host their biggest limu planting since before the pandemic. This event specifically was held to celebrate the Year of the Limu!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feburary 4, 2022 “As an indicator of healthy ecosystems, a food-source for many species, and a connector between Ma Uka, or the uplands, and Ma Kai, the ocean, limu has the potential to teach us so much about the health of the places we live,” says Malia Heimuli. Heimuli is the Limu […]
A MESSAGE FROM OUR DIRECTOR | Aloha friends, ‘ohana and supporters… We observe: Amidst instability it’s difficult to see the destination. However, communities have pointed in the direction we need to go. They pointed in the direction long before this pandemic and they will continue to point our way through it.
IN MEMORIAM | Earlier this summer, we said goodbye to Theodore “Teddy” Kawahinehelelani Blake, a steadfast community leader, advocate for cultural preservation, limu practitioner, and beloved kupuna within our network ʻohana, who passed away at his family home in Koloa, Kauaʻi on July 18, 2021.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR CO-DIRECTOR | Aloha friends, ‘ohana and supporters… I’ve been reflecting on the enduring cycles and rhythms that, despite our separateness, we continue to share in together. That we are pulled by the same moon, warmed by the same sun, receive the same changing of seasons, overseen by the same fundamental energetics–Lono, Kanaloa, Kū, Kāne… They persist. As do we.
(Hā‘ena, Halele‘a, Kaua‘i) ~ The Limu Hui was created in 2014 at the request of kūpuna (elders) who gather and care for native Hawaiian limu (seaweed) around the islands. Hosted by ‘Ewa Limu Project the focus of this initiative was to “gather the gatherers” and identify loea limu (limu experts) in our communities who still retain knowledge […]
God bless Uncle Thomas (Tommy) Hashimoto our E Alu Pu and Limu Hui kupuna and founding member of the Hui Maka’ainana o Makana who left this mortal coil on February 12, 2019. Before passing he was visited by many cherished friends and shared favorite memories and wishes.
(Kalaemanō, Hawaiʻi) ~ The Limu Hui was birthed in the fall of 2014, at the request of kūpuna (elders) who gather and care for native Hawaiian limu (seaweed) around the islands. Hosted by ‘Ewa Limu Project in partnership with KUA, its focus was to “gather the gatherers” and identify loea limu (limu experts) in our communities […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Kim Moa Communications Coordinator, Kuaʻāina Ulu ʻAuamo 808-672-2545 firstname.lastname@example.org Local funders support capacity-building and long-term sustainability in ʻāina-based community efforts. HONOLULU, HI (September 24, 2018) ~ “Natural and cultural resources have invisible human webs all around them,” says Chris Cramer, Founder and President of the Maunalua Fishpond Heritage Center, a […]
As a tumultuous year closes, an emerging story of hope can be found in these communities, across generations of common people, and citizens who seek to develop a konohiki mindset and step into their kuleana (responsibility) to mālama (care for) our places…