Kuana Waipao

Explore Waipao through the eyes of our limahana here at Papahana Kuaola. ʻO Waipao he ʻāina uluwehi, Waipao, a land rich and lush. A wahi pana that is full of life, nestled in the valley of Haʻikū and protected by the pali of the Koʻolau.

Welina Waipao

Waipao He ʻĀina Uluwehi

Hoʻāla Hou

Do you know where your food comes from? Do you know how medicinal and food plants have sustained our people’s bodies and minds for generations? Today, we have the opportunity to rebuild and reconnect to that which feeds us. This is the time to reinvigorate our generation! Now is the time to renew, restore, and revive the resiliency of our land and our people. We recognize that the relationship kānaka (people) have with ʻāina (land that which feeds) is more than important; it is symbiotic. We are Organic ʻOhana! It is time to Hoʻāla Hou, reawaken our generation.

ʻUlu – Kaimi Johnson
Māmaki – Kaluhia Blake
ʻŌlena – Kaluhia Blake
Kukui – Maile Garrett
Alaa – Rick Barboza
Alaalawainui – Sam Ohu Gon
Awa – Kealoha Domingo
Haha – Sebastian Marquez
Hala Pepe – Sam Ohu Gon
Hao – Rick Barboza
Iliahi – Sam Ohu Gon
Lonomea – Rick Barboza
Lama – Keoni Kuoha
Mamo – Sam Ohu Gon
Maohauhele – Kapaliku Schirman
Maua – Sebastian Marquez
Kawelu – Sam Ohu Gon
Ohawai – Sebastian Marquez
Papala – Kapaliku Schirman
Elepaio – Kaipoi Kelling
Lauloa Ohana – Kaua Neumann
Moi Ohana – Kaipoi Kelling

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