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The State Parks Division oversees a curator program, where interested groups help to maintain a specific park or site (often a cultural or archaeological site) with State Parks guidance. This program is integral to our ability to properly care for the resources under our care, and also provides willing people with an opportunity to volunteer and assist with special park projects. Below is a list of the current groups who have of?cial curator agreements with State Parks, a summary of their activities, and contact information. We urge you to join them!

Location: Kukuipahu Heiau, Kohala Historical Sites State Monument
Group: Luhiau ‘Ohana
Activities: Site maintenance.
Contact: Valerie Luhiau, (808) 889-5309

Location: Waimea Canyon & Koke'e State Parks
Group: Hui o Laka - Koke'e Natural History Museum
Activities: Operates Koke'e Museum as park visitor center; the "Kokua Koke'e" program involves groups and individuals in park stewardship, from trail maintenance to historic building preservation.
Contact: Marsha Erickson, (808) 335-9975, Ext. 0, marshaerickson@earthlink.net
Website: www.kokee.org

Location: Wailua Complex of Heiau, Wailua River State Park.
Group: Na Kahu Hikina A Ka La
Activities: Involves about 12 regular members for monthly workdays at the 4 heiau within the park.
Contact: Sabra Kauka, (808) 246-8899, sabrakauka@aol.com

Location:
Lo‘i Kalo at Ha‘ena Coast State Park
Group: Hui Maka‘ainana o Makana
Activities: Opened up and planted a number of lo‘i (irrigated taro patches) as an interpretive feature of the park and restoration of the cultural landscape.
Contact: Ualani Hashimoto, (808) 826-0330

Location: Nu‘alolo Kai, Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park
Group: Na Pali Coast ‘Ohana
Activities: Two to five work trips each summer, involving camping out for five days. Vegetation clearing at archaeological sites, detailed archaeological mapping, stabilization and restoration of features.
Contact: Sabra Kauka, (808) 241-PALI (7254), info@napali.org, or alan.b.carpenter@hawaii.gov
Website: http://www.napali.org



 

Location: ‘Iao Valley State Park
Group: Na Kanaka Maoli O Hawai‘i Nei
Activities: Restoration of cultural/botanical garden in the park.
Contact: c/o Phil Ohta, (808) 984-8102

Location: North Pu‘u o La‘i Wetland, Makena State Park
Group: North Pu‘u o La‘i Wetland Association
Activities: Initiating restoration of wetland and waterbird habitat, interpretation, and site management.
Contact: Fred Hollenbeck, (808) 874-5263, (808) 268-8150,fred@gbimaui.com

Location: Na Pohaku, Kawai Nui State Park Reserve
Groups: ‘Ahahui Malama I Ka Lokahi
Activities: Workdays for site maintenance, tours, educational groups, restoration of the cultural landscape and native forest.
Contact: Chuck Burrows, (808) 263-8008, email@ahahui.net

Location: Ka'ena State Park
Groups: Friends of Ka'ena
Activities: Volunteer activities such as trash cleanups, vegetation restoration, cultural site protection, interpretation, and education.

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Contact: Josh Heimowitz, (808) 637-4615, info@friendsofkaena.org

Location: Keaiwa Heiau, Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area
Group: Pa‘i Foundation
Activities: Workdays for site maintenance, educational groups, special cultural events, plans for restoration of the cultural landscape.
Contact: Lahela Perry, (808)


Location: Kukaniloko Birthstones State Historical Site
Group: Hawaiian Civic Club of Wahiawa and Friends of Kukaniloko
Activities: Monthly workdays for site maintenance, tours, educational groups, special cultural events.
Contact: Tom Lenchanko, (808) 349-9949

Location: Makiki Lo‘i, Makiki Sate Recreation Area
Group: Joslyn Ka‘awa
Activities: Site maintenance and landscaping with native vegetation , plans for interpretive programs in the future.
Contact: Joslyn Ka‘awa, (808) 941-1041

Location: Pu‘u o Mahuka Heiau State Historical Site
Group: Na Hoa o Pu‘u o Mahuka
Activities: Weekly site maintenance and group visits by special arrangement.
Contact: Butch Helemano, (808) 292-4292

Location: Ulupo Heiau State Historical Park
Groups: Kailua Hawaiian Civic Club and Ahahui Malama i ka Lokahi
Activities: Monthly workdays for site maintenance, tours, educational groups, special cultural events, restoration of the cultural landscape.
Contact: Chuck Burrows, (808) 263-8008, email@ahahui.net

 

 
 
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