Shaded picnic tables and epic views provide a great spot for lunch and time with nature.
“Today’s agreement ensures, that for the first time in over 100 years, life-giving water will once again flow continuously in Waimea River, from mauka (mountain) to makai (sea), which is vital for the health of the river and our community.” – Galen Kaohi, Po‘ai Wai Ola
“We’re trying to get schools back to being self-sustaining and we’re tying to get agriculture and its cultural relevance back into their education.” – Danielle Jones, Malama Kauai.
A new study tracking migration patterns of the ‘i’iwi, a type of Hawaiian honeycreepr could help save them.
The Gulick-Rowell House in Waimea, Kauai was built in 1829. Now the land is a food forest and the house is under rennovations.