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Relegating the collective; ʻāina, community and culture.

"The eyes look till one can see no more the farm of the aliʻi strong in farming"

Reconnecting kānaka to ʻāina

Kahaluʻu Kūāhewa is one of Konaʻs largest intact traditional agricultural field systems preserved within a 354-acre area owned by Bishop Estate-Kamehameha Schools. Within the past 20 years, archaeological survey has documented at least 3,500 features, of which 98.7% are considered traditional agricultural features. In 2015, we began working to revitalize and restore this traditional system, which is now overtaken by invasive species, such as strawberry guava and Christmas berry. We have fenced in 16-acres of this vast system and have so far cleared five acres, restoring it to serve its initial intention and purpose. We aim to support and enhance the biocultural resources of the forest and agricultural lands within the ma uka region of the ahupuaa of Kahaluu, to protect and revitalize the natural and cultural resources that enable traditional and customary Native Hawaiian practices, and to engage the greater Kona community through educational outreach programs and initiatives relating to a traditional regenerative agroforestry model of farming and community-based stewardship of natural resources.



Learn about our vision and mission.


Explore ways to get involved in one of our mālama 'āina initiatives.



Check out our upcoming community work days and reserve your spot today!

News and Updates

Have you been hoping to attend one of our lā kaiāulu but need more time in advance to plan the day? This year, we have dedicated one Saturday of every month to host our lā kaiāulu/community work day, which will be happening from 9am to 12pm! Mark your calendars and look out for our monthly flyers where we will be sharing what kind of hana we will be focusing on for the day!

Your support helps us in our sustainable restorative agricultural practices as we work to perpetuate ancestral knowledge reconnecting kānaka to ʻāina. 

Kahaluʻu Kūāhewa is a grassroots organization that is sustained by the abundance of our community. We are currently in the process of applying for 501(c)(3) status this coming year, and are currently working under Huliauapaa, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization.. 

​Your donations will greatly contribute to kickstart our organization and help us build capacity as we finalize our process of becoming an independent non-profit organization.

Mahalo nui for your support and contribution!

Cash, check, or other material donations may also be mailed (*please note attention to Kahaluʻu Kūāhewa) directly to Huliauapaa at:


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     Attn: Kahaluu Kuahewa
                  P.O. Box 141
            Hakalau, HI 96710

We are now open to host ʻohana and small hui interested in a tour and huli ka lima i lalo! ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi tours available. Covid safety protocols implemented.

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