KAHO'OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE COMMISSION

Our Vision: The kino (physical manifestation) of Kanaloa is restored. Forests and shrublands of native plants and other biota clothe its slopes and valleys. Pristine ocean waters and healthy reef ecosystems are the foundation that supports and surrounds the island. Nā poʻe o Hawaiʻi (the people of Hawaiʻi) care for the land in a manner, which recognizes the island and ocean of Kanaloa as a living spiritual entity. Kanaloa is a puʻuhonua and wahi pana (a place of refuge, a sacred place) where native Hawaiian cultural practices flourish. The piko of Kanaloa (the navel, the center) is the crossroads of past and future generations from which the native Hawaiian lifestyle is spread throughout the islands.

811 Kolu St., Suite 201
Wailuku, HI 96793 [map]
Tel.(808) 243-5020
Fax (808) 243-5885
Email: administrator@kirc.hawaii.gov

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QUICK LINKS

  • Hui Kāpehe paid internship program
  • FY17 Year in Review and KIRC overview
  • Kahoʻolawe Island Guide now in the iTunes Store (our FREE mobile app)
  • NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

    • 01/17/18 -The Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission has just posted the final version of its Biosecurity Plan. For more information click here
    • 01/15/18 -The Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission has just posted its' FY 2017 Year in Review. For more information click here
    • 01/01/18 - Aloha Kahoʻolawe Annual Appeal + 8 Ways To Get Involved
    • 12/11/17 - The Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission has just posted its' agenda for its' next commission meeting on December 19, 2017 on Maui. For more information click here
    • 09/20/17 - Kahoʻolawe huakaʻi deeply impacts KS M.Ed. candidates - I Mua Newsroom, Kamehameha Schools

    Past News & Announcements