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Molokaʻi Forest Reserve

The Molokaʻi Forest Reserve is an expansive area across East Molokaʻi covering approximately 11,000 acres of land designated to preserve and protect the forest and water resources. Join us as we experience a portion of the watershed that has seen significant change with the presence of both native and invasive species.This area is an example of how human impact has compromised the ecosystem of the watershed. At Lua Moku ʻIliahi, they will learn the moʻolelo of ʻiliahi on Molokaʻi and the Hawaiian Islands. We will focus on how watersheds are valuable to the Hawaiian culture and how people have brought changes to Molokaʻi’s watersheds.