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Kohala Center to study how Mo’omomi fishing regulations impact health on Molokai

| January 6, 2015 | 0 Comments
Kohala Center to study how Mo’omomi fishing regulations impact health on Molokai

Kohala Center News Release The Kohala Center has received a grant from the Health Impact Project to study the potential health impacts of proposed regulations associated with a community-managed fishery policy for the Hawaiian Native Mo‘omomi Community-Based Subsistence Fishing Area on the north shore of Molokai. State-level decision-makers are reviewing the current fishery management policy […]

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Water department asks residents to conserve water

| August 6, 2014 | 0 Comments
Water department asks residents to conserve water

Maui County Dept. of Water Supply News Release The Department of Water Supply advises all customers to conserve water when Iselle hits the county due to high winds and/or flooding that could disrupt power supply to water sources. Customers should store drinking water now for use during the storm in the event water service is […]

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Kawela Moku begins its mission by identifying local resources

| June 5, 2014 | 0 Comments
Kawela Moku begins its mission by identifying local resources

The Kawela Moku of the Molokai Aha Kiole system met yesterday for the first time to begin organizing the community in an effort to protect area resources through the use of the ancient Hawaiian management system. About 13 people from the Kawela Moku — which stretches from Kamalo in the east to Kalamaula in the […]

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‘Aha Kiole ‘O Mana’e discusses watershed and OHA at regular meeting

| May 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
‘Aha Kiole ‘O Mana’e discusses watershed and OHA at regular meeting

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Renowned Berkeley professor to speak on dangers of herbicide atrazine tomorrow

| May 15, 2014 | 2 Comments
Renowned Berkeley professor to speak on dangers of herbicide atrazine tomorrow

Hawai’i SEED News Release Hawai’i SEED announced May 4 the statewide speaking tour of world-renowned University of California Berkeley Professor of Integrative Biology Dr. Tyrone Hayes. Dr. Hayes will be on Molokai tomorrow, May 16, at the Molokai Community Health Center in Kaunakakai at 6 p.m. Dr. Hayes will be joined by local food advocates […]

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Details emerge on Ikehu Molokai project to convert island to 100 percent renewable energy

| April 30, 2014 | 1 Comment
Details emerge on Ikehu Molokai project to convert island to 100 percent renewable energy

Ikehu Molokai News Release As previously reported, the Ikehu Molokai project proposes to convert the island’s electricity to 100 percent renewable energy. While the initial technical design of the project has evolved, the fundamental goals for the Ikehu Molokai project have not changed: • Stabilize and reduce the cost of electricity for Molokai residents and […]

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22nd annual Molokai Earth Day draws large crowd

| April 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
22nd annual Molokai Earth Day draws large crowd

The 22nd annual Molokai Earth Day celebration on Friday brought out a large crowd to enjoy the food, live music, hula and, especially, the exhibits and information designed to help everyone take better care of our planet. Inside the tent at the Kaunakakai Ballfield were numerous exhibits. Sponsors of the event, The Nature Conservancy, showed […]

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New refrigerators in Hui Up! Program saves local residents $1.1 million

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments
New refrigerators in Hui Up! Program saves local residents $1.1 million

Blue Planet Foundation News Release The Hui Up! 3.0 refrigerator exchange program, a partnership between Blue Planet Foundation, Hawaii Energy, and Sust‘AINAble Molokai, is now complete. As a result, 220 homes on Molokai have brand-new, Energy Star refrigerators that will save each household an average of $500 per year in electricity costs. Molokai residents had […]

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Ikehu Molokai project under review tomorrow at I Aloha Molokai meeting

| February 17, 2014 | 0 Comments
Ikehu Molokai project under review tomorrow at I Aloha Molokai meeting

Ikehu Molokai, the project to convert Molokai’s electricity grid to 100 percent renewable energy, will be under discussion tomorrow at a meeting being held by I Aloha Molokai. The meeting from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs conference room at Kulana ‘Oiwi will be attended by representatives from Molokai Ranch, Princeton […]

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Food Corps Hawai’i seeks service member applicants

| February 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
Food Corps Hawai’i seeks service member applicants

FoodCorps Hawai’i News Release The national FoodCorps program is recruiting service members throughout Hawaii who are passionate about teaching children what healthy food is, where it comes from, and expanding hands-on nutrition education programs. FoodCorps, a national organization addressing childhood obesity and food insecurity in underserved communities, operates in 15 states, including Hawaii. The program […]

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