Posted by: preservehawaii | September 1, 2009

Spotlight: Ka Honua Momona

Ka Honua Momona is a grassroots effort to manage two ancient loko iʻa (fishponds) on Molokaʻi—a tiny island that harbors more coastal fishponds than anywhere in Hawaiʻi. Led by kupuna lawaiʻa (elder fisherman) Mervin Dudoit, their volunteers remove invasive species from the ponds and help rebuild its massive rock walls.

Stay tuned for details about their upcoming community workday, September 19!

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