Oʻahunui a laʻilaʻinourishing and engaging people and land.
Protection and sacrosanctityof the kuapuʻu and relative sites
Enhance and amplify Hawaiian cultural knowledge
Promote culturally-aligned agricultural and ecological rehabilitation
By creating a diverse ecosystem at Kūkaniloko, the watershed will be restored through the reforestation of native trees, which in turn feeds the understory below and ultimately feeds our lāhui.
Lālā ʻIke Pono a Kukaniloko Working Group
Conservation and restoration efforts that are supported by Hawaiian philosophies and values. This zone is wild and composed of only native species and is regarded as kapu, so that resources may be regenerated and successional regeneration (time for a forest to grow) occurs at a natural rate.