Campus activist organization Mauna Kea Protectors at UC Berkeley obtained the report May 1, about four months after the initial request using the California Public Records Act.

The community event, organized by the Office of Maunakea Management (OMKM), targets invasives that threaten native species at Hale Pōhaku at the mid-level section of the mountain. Mauna Kea Golf Course will be closed to the public beginning Sunday, March 29, 2020.

It's cultural preservation versus blind commercialism. Rivera Zia highlights a deeply important aspect of the evolution of the protector’s struggle of defending the Mauna Kea- it is both at the same time protection of the rights to self-determination, territorial sovereignty, and spiritual autonomy of Indigenous Peoples.

About 20 volunteers braved the cold on Maunakea on Saturday, February 8, to pull invasive weeds and protect native plants.

E lders, some using wheelchairs, strollers or canes, demanded to be taken to the front line to be arrested. Hundreds of thousands of signatures on petitions in opposition to TMT, a 9 month long occupation on Mauna Kea, a 20,000 person March though Waikīkī a few months back, hundreds of protests in Hawai’i and worldwide and they still didn’t get the message. “Well I just learned what a māmane looks like.

Welcome to the official website of the Protect Kaho‘olawe ‘Ohana.

If you are planning to visit the summit, we highly recommend that you stop at the Visitor Information Station (VIS) at 9,200 ft to receive a current weather update, safety information, and to adjust to the change in altitude. And 3,000 miles away in Utah, more than 150 people gathered in solidarity with the Mauna Kea protectors at a site ceded to Hawaiians by the Mormon church. In our work to heal Kaho‘olawe, we strengthen our relationship with the …

The long-smoldering fight of the Kānaka Maoli people to save sacred Mauna Kea in Hawai’i blew up like a volcano on July 17 w hen work crews arrived to begin construction on the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT). Maunakea is one of the only places in the world where you can drive from sea level to 14,000 feet in about 2 hours, so altitude sickness is a high possibility. We are a community of students supporting our kia'i (protectors) on the frontline atop our sacred temple Mauna Kea. Why protecting Mauna Kea in Hawai'i is a crucial fight for native rights.

The ‘Ohana is a grassroots organization dedicated to the island of Kaho‘olawe and the principles of Aloha ‘Āina throughout Hawai‘i. This article is based on a talk given at the July 25 Workers World Party meeting. Professional Guides: As the pioneer guide service on Mauna Kea we have over 50 years of combined experience on the mountain. This is not a battle of science against faith. 68 talking about this. 4X4 Passenger vans: Large windows, coach-style seating, Educational and Fun: Learn all about the island’s geography, culture and natural history from our experts.

Rights that the protectors identify as undeniable and indivisible.