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Local Ocean Users Sought for Maui Navigation Team The Holomua community planning process kicked-off with a pilot on Maui in October 2022 with three, interactive, facilitated informational and knowledge sharing ...
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Holomua Marine 30×30 Community Planning Process Launches on Maui Community talk story events scheduled for Hawai‘i marine management initiative  (HONOLULU) – Fishers, divers, surfers, cultural practitioners, kūpuna …everyone interested in ...
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The Year of the Limu started in January 2022 with the declaration from Governor Ige to commemorate algae and seaweed that have been central to Hawaiian society for generations. Limu ...
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Ninety-nine people across the state shared their insights and suggestions at a public scoping meeting in June for the Kīpahulu Community-Based Subsistence Fishing Area (CBSFA), which would span roughly 5.7 ...
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Customary Hawaiian fishing practices have solidified their legacy and future on Hawaiʻi Island, thanks to the approval of the regulations and management plan for the Miloliʻi Community-Based Subsistence Fishing Area ...
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On the 30th anniversary of World Oceans Day on June 8, 2022, Governor David Ige signed four protective measures into law, providing further ocean protections across the state. “The Holomua ...
Read More Governor Signs Laws to Boost Hawaiʻi Ocean Protection