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“Hokule’a will return home in wake of the Maui fires.”

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Hōkūleʻa will return home in wake of the Maui fires
The Polynesian Voyaging Society announced the double-hulled canoe will temporarily return to Hawaiʻi from San Diego, California in late December, putting the Moananuiākea Voyage on pause. Polynesian Voyaging Society CEO and Pwo Navigator Nainoa Thompson said Lahaina is a voyaging powerhouse and an integral part of the ʻohana waʻa, or voyaging family.
Hawai‘i Public Radio. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now.
Mayor Bissen announces timeline for phased reopening of West Maui to visitors
Bissen said the phased reopening will provide a more deliberate process in helping displaced residents with their housing needs as well as the opportunity for residents to return to work and help their keiki settle into temporary schools. The first phase of the reopening, to begin Oct. 8, will allow visitors into the area between the Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua and Kahana Villa.
Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
Eat Pono: From a Child’s Questions to a Sustainability Movement
Candes and Poet Gentry taste-test recipes from their cookbook, “Eat Pono.” | Photo: Katie Summers
Candes Gentry and her son Poet co-authored a cookbook that inspired a fund supporting community initiatives for nutritious, sustainable, and locally sourced food.
Car tire, burnt trees, utility pole may be key in Maui wildfire investigation
As investigators sift through blackened debris to explain the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century, one fact has become clear: Hawaiian Electric’s right-of-way was untrimmed and unkempt for years, despite being in an area classified as being at high risk for wildfires.
Associated Press.
State seeks to clarify when emergency sirens should be sounded
Emergency management leaders across the state produced a singular document that summarizes the protocol for major hazards in Hawai‘i. HI-EMA said that the summary will provide public clarity but also offer a glimpse into the diverse factors that go into the decision making process when faced with a hazard.
Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
The Goal: Tourism That Regenerates Hawai‘i, Not Degrades It
Pa-Smith leads the way into Uhau‘iole Valley, where tourists are encouraged to work in lo‘i. | Photo: Aaron Yoshino
Kamealoha Hanohano Pa-Smith is the program administrator for Hanalei River Heritage Foundation. The nonprofit’s work is supported by the Hō‘ihi Grant from the U.S. Department of the Interior. The program gave nearly $1 million to seven Native Hawaiian organizations in fiscal year 2022. And it acknowledges that tourism has long been an extractive and transactional experience for Native Hawaiians.
By Noelle Fujii-Oride  • 
Oceanit’s Coral Shield Gains NOAA Support for Enhanced Coral Preservation
NOAA will enable the development of innovative aerial mapping and monitoring techniques using drone platforms equipped with hyperspectral cameras. Oceanit will conduct development, deployments and field tests of optical systems and AI for analyzing corals.
Press Release.
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