On Saturday, June 11, 2022, Kohala pays tribute with ceremony, lei, hula, mele, and oli to Kamehameha Paiea, the fearless king. While many in the lāhui (Hawaiian nation) believe him to only have been a conqueror, we need to remember that his
Indeed this dream is started. In the ahupuaʻa of Honomakaʻu in the shadow of Kohala High School lies this little oasis . Ka Lei Kēia ʻĀina Aloha, is a nursery of Native Hawaiian lei plants started and nutured by Clyson Marquez and
The ladies of Kohala Unupaʻa are no strangers to working Summers and this Summer was no different. The Program took place over a four week period with 15 participants who range in ages from 5 to 15. In the makai portion
Congratulations to the following projects and project organizers for their awarded grants from the County of Hawaiʻi, County Council Non-Profit Grant to support their individual projects. Kohala Unupaʻa - Amoo Ching Kainoa Kohala Cares - Peter Pomeranze North Kohala Golf Park -
Mahalo to Kahua Paʻa Mua aka David Fuertes and Mālama Aquaponics for the opportunity to grow our own food at the Resource Center. We are humbled by this gesture and look forward to sharing the fruits of our labor!
Ever wanted to try your hand at archery? Now's your chance. Tiana and Jared Miyamoto have started an archery club in which participants can enjoy a safe and encouraging place to learn and hone this skill. While archery is an individual sport,
Mahalo to the council of ʻohana that saw the need and activated. The project hopes to solve the obvious problem of over humanization through its practices of education. For more info on how you can kōkua please check out this project on