The influx of wealthy outsiders moving into
Hā‘ena is transforming real estate values and making it hard for the old residents to live there.
Kawika describes the efforts in Hā‘ena at conservation, environmental education, and the concept of living off the fat of the land.
Plants and animals brought to
Hā‘ena from outside have become naturalized in the environment, producing a range of problems.
Donovan discusses the various factors that make it hard for local people to purchase quality foods. Kaneakua talks about the link between food and health.
Ka'iulani and Donovan discuss the lasting impacts of the loss of Hawaiian sovereignty, and how they make it difficult for Hawaiians today.
Terms regarding change, responsibility, time, visitors, environments.
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