Bones of a new canoe

  • Photo courtesy of Konohiki Restoration Project

    Mana ‘ulu kalo are a huli of native variety that Ka’imi Hermosura planted on the new land for Konohiki Restoration Project in Kalihiwai.

  • Photo courtesy of Konohiki Restoration Project

    Ka’imi Hermosura, Amber Lily and Marshall Paul pose before talking about Konohiki Restoration Project and other goings on in the Native Hawaiian community and in the state in general.

  • Photo courtesy of Konohiki Restoration Project

    Two canoe hulls, repurposed from vessels that took guests on outrigger canoe rides at Coco Palms, now sit on five acres in Kalihiwai, waiting to be part of a double-hulled voyaging canoe.

KALIHIAWAI — Kauai is gearing up to build the next double-hulled voyaging canoe on Hawaii and now the organization heading up the project has five acres in Kalihiwai to do it.

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