HONOLULU -- Fans of Department of Land and Natural Resources’ annual State Historic Preservation Division (SHPD) photographic calendar will find a unique historic journey in the 2016 edition, which highlights the evolution of Hawaii’s agricultural field systems, from the first Polynesian voyagers, up to the modern revitalization of some systems by nonprofit groups. Proponents of this style of ‘malama ‘aina’ are now enriching lives through sustenance agriculture as well as education and cultural practices.
HONOLULU – Two well-known and popular community locations in Honokaa, Hawaii were recently added to the National Register of Historic Places:
State Historic Preservation Division has an email address for electronic review submission. Save time by completing and scanning your submission form, and emailing it with the required photos and documents. The review submission address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Review forms are located here http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/shpd/review-compliance/forms/ Please refer to the forms for submittal requirements. If you have questions or ...
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“Sugar Plantations played a crucial role in the emergence of modern Hawaii. It altered the landscape, linked the islands to the national and international market economy and was the ruling force behind Hawai’i’s economy for nearly a century. By bringing in workers from many other countries, it gave Hawai’i its multi-ethnic physiognomy. Ewa Plantation, maintaining ...
The State Historic Preservation Division (SHPD) has recently partnered with State Parks to conduct a survey and conditions assessment of the pillbox and lighthouse structures off the Makapuu Lighthouse Trail. Many of these structures are in rapidly deteriorating condition and can be dangerous to visitors to the site. The purpose of the survey and assessment ...
HONOLULU -- The Hawai‘i Historic Places Review Board has added 12 properties to the Hawai‘i Register of Historic Places. Properties are eligible for inclusion in the register because of their association with broad patterns or events, or individuals important in the history of Hawai‘i. They are usually significant in architecture and design, are likely to yield important information, and their features retain their qualifying integrity.
On July 10, 2015, Governor Ige, signed H.B. 830 (Act 224) into law, which amends chapter 6E-42 Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS). The following document provides guidance on what types of projects SHPD will continue to review. Act 224 HB830 Letter to Counties FINAL
HONOLULU -- Fans of the annual State Historic Preservation Division (SHPD) photographic calendar will find an unique historic journey in the 2015 edition, which highlights the evolution of Hawaii’s financial institutions. Built in an era of expanding prosperity, these institutions represent the optimism and confidence of the new and exciting world dramatically emerging in Hawai‘i, as well as an abiding faith in the future.
Click here for report-> 6E-42 Reviews Determined to Have No Potential to Affect Historic Properties PROJECTS WITH NO POTENTIAL TO EFFECT HISTORIC PROPERTIES – Installation of Solar/PV/Photovoltaic Systems – Install of Electrical Meters – Interior Electrical Upgrades – Demolition of additions and detached structures less than 50 years of age – Interior renovations for mid ...