Posted by: preservehawaii | December 27, 2010

Live Aloha, Practice Malama

Maui Cultural Lands is based on the concepts of aloha (to give love and respect) and malama (to care for). It was the vision of Ed Lindsey, the late founder of MCL, that Honokowai Valley be a living classroom—an inspiring example for residents and visitors through the generations. In his words: “The future of this place will depend on the people who come in here.”

 

Be one of those people. Come and get dirty, learn how to work the land at Honokowai Valley on an upcoming Saturday, or at Kaheawa Wind Farm on a Sunday. If we live aloha and practice malama, we can make the world a better place.

MCL@hawaii.rr.com
www.mauiculturallands.org

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