Cultural Heritage Documentation

Navigating Humanity Towards a Sustainable Future

Everywhere in the Hawaiian Islands is a special place. The richness of Hawaiian place names speaks to the depth of engagement and aloha between people and the land. Although much of the traditional and natural environments have been altered over the past 200 years, the richness of Hawaiian cultural heritage remains.

As experienced researchers and ethnographers with Hawaiian-language competency, we can conduct a cultural heritage survey of your lands to help you better understand what you can do to foster preservation and awareness of that unique heritage. We have done in-depth documentation projects for eight communities to date for the Pacific Worlds Project. But smaller and more focused studies are easily accomplished. We can meet your needs.

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