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After more than a century of turmoil, Kaho‘olawe is poised for a new beginning
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April/May 2006

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After more than a century of turmoil, Kaho‘olawe is poised for a new beginning

Hana Hou!
Vol. 9, No. 2
April/May 2006

Native Intelligence

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Sheltered Bay and Spouting Water
History, Written In Stone

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After more than a century of turmoil, Kaho‘olawe is poised for a new beginning

Genteel  on the surface but ruthless right to the core, this is real croquet


In a land of sunshine sports, hockey is a cool alternative

How do we hear a spiral? See a sonata? Only Steve Rosenthal knows for sure

Maui's windfishing community takes hybrid sporting to a new extreme

Hawai‘i’s history is preserved in its cemeteries

When Jim Reddekopp decided to be a farmer, he chose the world's most labor-intensive crop

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