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Kipahulu Ohana

Seeking to re-establish Hawaiian lifestyle and watershed management practices in the Kipahulu valley, and educating residents and visitors of the "ways of old" through cultural demonstrations and hands-on activities, with a collaborative agreement with Haleakala National Park.
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PO Box 454
Hana , HI 96713
Contact Person: Scott Crawford
Phone: 808-248-8974
E-Mail: ohana@kipahulu.org
Website: http://www.kipahulu.org

Detailed Information:
"Ohana" is Hawaiian for family. Kipahulu Ohana is a group of Hawaiians genealogically connected to the Kipahulu Valley, and their supporters, working to restore the traditional Hawaiian ahupuaa (watershed) management practices, from the mountain to the ocean.

Kipahulu Valley is Hawaii's most biologically diverse watershed, home to many endangered species, which was designated as an International Biosphere Reserve in 1980. It is also home to a portion of Haleakala National Park, with which the Kipahulu Ohana has a collaborative agreement to assist in cultural interpretation and resource management decisions.

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