Waianae Coast Emergency Access Road (WCEAR) Update

   
Mahalo nui loa to HPD for attending the potential WCEAR extension tour on 02/26/16.  L-R: Sgt. Allen, Sen. Shimabukuro, Lieutenant Chan, and Sgt. Lin.

 
WCEAR potential extension tour 02/26/16. L-R: Curtis Tsuzaki, Sara Perry, Curtis Kropar, Sen. Shimabukuro, Richard Landford, Rachel Conner, Charmaine Naone, DeMont Conner, Jeffrey Fujimoto (DHHL engineer)

 
 Charmaine Naone, Sen. Shimabukuro, Jeffrey Fujimoto (DHHL Engineer), and Momi Conner examining maps of the Nanakuli Homesteads.
The potential WCEAR extension is an on-going proposal being worked on by elected officials, the City, DHHL, HPD, area residents, and others. Currently, routes between Helelua St. and the Nanakuli Homestead, as well as between Nanakuli Ave. and Piliokahi Ave., are the next two pieces that would give the largest impact. We are working to find the best solution, and the public is invited to attend meetings hosted by the Ahupua`a o Nanakuli Homestead group regarding this subject. The meetings occur every 2nd Monday at 7pm at Ka Waihona o ka Na`auao public charter school cafeteria.
Here is a link to more information about WCEAR: http://www.oahumpo.org/…/Waianae-Emergency-Access-Road-EA-2…

‘Ilima SACNAS Chapter at the University of Hawaii

scan (11)SACNAS  UH ‘Ilima Chapter: advancing underrepresented minorities in science,technology, engineering, and mathematics.

The ‘Ilima SACNAS chapter at the University of Hawaii is Oahu’s local affiliate of the Society for the Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science.

Chapter memberships is open to all college and university students, facility, staff and professionals working in STEM in Oahu Hawaii.

Chapter Opportunities

-present at national conferences

-connect with mentors

-Conduct Scientific Research

-Learn about internship and graduate schools

-develop leadership skills

-promote cultural values in your science

-Serve your community through science outreach

Chapter Activities

-Science Outreach in the Community

-Science Symposia

-Seminars

-BBQ and gatherings

Kalaeloa

Our chapter has exclusive privileges to access the Kalaeloa Unit of the Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge to conduct surveys of the endemic Hawaiian shrimp, opae ula. We also engage the community in science outreach activities in botany, marine science,  hydrology, and archaeology.

More information

Chapter Website: http://www.sacnashawaii.org

Chapter Application Form: http://www.sacnashawaii.org/application

The Pit Stop. Family & Fun Event at Wet & Wild

Pit Stop

Huliko’a Kaiaulu Scholar Speaker Series

HulikoaKaiaulu_Mar15

Ka Huli Ao: Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law William S. Richardson School of Law University of Hawaii at Manoa

Ka Huli Ao -enlightening the next generation in a traditional manner

Education & Training

Ka Huli Ao educates and trains students about the unique aspects of Native Hawaiian law and the intersection of local, federal and international laws affecting Native Hawaiians. Ka Huli Ao offers courses in Native Hawaiian law, Federal Indian law, and environmental law, among others, and offers the first -ever Certificate in Native Hawaiian Law.

Student Outreach & Support:

Ka Huli Ao provides students the knowledge and tools to advance the traditions and legal rights of Native Hawaiians and other Pacific and Indigenous Peoples. They inspire and empower students, especially those from rural and Native Hawaiian communities to pursue careers in the legal and related fields to achieve social justice for all Hawaii people.

Punawaila.org -oneline archive of early Hawaiian legal and historical resources

Scholarship & Legal Resources Link: https://www.law.hawaii.edu/native-hawaiian-and-indigenous-scholarship-and-legal-resources

 

 

 

 

2016 FOWL Book Sale

2016 FOWL book sale

Native Hawaiian Student Profile, May 2015

Click image for the 6-page PDF file.

Click image for the 6-page PDF file.