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The Hoaʻāina of Hāʻena a documentary short

IN 1999, THE HOAʻĀINA (TRADITIONAL TENANTS & CARETAKER FAMILIES) OF HĀʻENA, KAUAʻI EMBARKED ON A MISSION, TO PERPETUATE THE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES OF THEIR ANCESTORS BY CARING FOR THE NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES WITHIN HĀʻENA STATE PARK ON THE NORTH END OF KAUAʻI. THIS IS A STORY OF THEIR WORK TO ESTABLISH HAWAIʻI’S FIRST COMMUNITY-BASED SUBSISTENCE FISHING AREA AND THE COLLECTIVE EFFORT IT TOOK TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.
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THE HOAʻĀINA OF HĀʻENA (2017)

Directed by Kuaʻāina Ulu Auamo

Co-Produced by Kuaʻāina Ulu Auamo, Consuelo Foundation, Franz Schmutzer

Edited by Franz Schmutzer

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