Moku‘ula Restoration Site Cleanup Clears Debris & Opens New Parking Spaces

We'd like to extend our sincere appreciation to Mamo's No Ka ‘Oi Gardening Service & Landscaping in Lahaina for the outstanding work recently completed at the Moku‘ula restoration site. Mamo and his team cleared weeds and trash from the former ballfield, trimmed branches and hedges from fences, and cut dying trees. The site now has [...]

By | December 1, 2014|Preservation|Comments Off on Moku‘ula Restoration Site Cleanup Clears Debris & Opens New Parking Spaces

What Does It Mean to Be Stewards of Hawaii’s Paramount Cultural Site?

Most of us understand the importance of preserving history. But what happens when history gets lost or even buried (intentionally or not)? In some cases, if we're fortunate, the lost history is rediscovered years later. This is where preservation and dedication meet. The Friends of Moku‘ula have been stewards of Hawai‘i's paramount cultural heritage site in [...]

By | November 17, 2014|Education, Preservation, Restoration|Comments Off on What Does It Mean to Be Stewards of Hawaii’s Paramount Cultural Site?

Malama Moku‘ula – Help Keep Maui’s Restoration Site Beautiful!

Taking care of the Moku‘ula Restoration Site at the corner of Shaw and Front Streets in Lahaina is one of the many duties Friends of Moku‘ula does to honor Kihawahine and the significance of this important cultural site. On the third Saturday of the month, from 8 am to 11 am, join our executive director and [...]

By | October 14, 2014|Preservation|Comments Off on Malama Moku‘ula – Help Keep Maui’s Restoration Site Beautiful!

Moku‘ula ‘ohana invites you to help us beautify our grounds

One of the important things we do in honor of Kihawahine, spiritual guardian of Loko O Mokuhinia, is to keep her home as it is today beautiful and well-kept. […]

By | September 9, 2014|Preservation|Comments Off on Moku‘ula ‘ohana invites you to help us beautify our grounds