We are the lineal descendants and current residents of Keʻanae & Wailuanui and it is our kuleana to protect and perpetuate what our kūpuna built for us. Nā Moku ʻAupuni ʻO Koʻolau Hui was organized June 1996 as a non-profit organization to educate, perpetuate, serve, and protect historical, spiritual, traditional, & environmental well being of Keʻanae-Wailuanui.
Our community meets every first Saturday of the month to clean up the old Keʻanae School and every third Saturday of the month to take care of our kūleana in cleaning our streams. We also are involved in our Koʻolau Watershed Monitoring Project clearing streams from the overgrowth of invasive species, learning how to measure the volume of water in our kahawai (river), and test the quality of water (pH, Salinity, Density, Temperature, and Turbidity) we have in our kahawai as well as the water entering and exiting our lo’i. Check out our website and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
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