Aloha ‘Aina Kahalu‘u: Wahi Pana (A Sacred Place)
Journey with us to the heart of Kailua-Kona as we explore the beauty and sacredness of Kahaluʻu Bay! In this episode, Cindi Punihaole, director of The Kohala Center’s Kahalu‘u Bay Education Center, shares her personal relationship with Kahaluʻu, the value of aloha ʻāina (caring for the land) instilled by her family, and challenges that Kahalu‘u’s coral reefs face today. Join us as we learn simple steps to reduce our impact on the bay and be part of the solution to ensure the future of this sacred place for generations to come.
Mahalo to the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority and County of Hawai‘i for making these videos possible and for supporting our efforts to preserve and protect Kahaluʻu Bay!
You can support a healthy and vibrant future for Kahalu‘u by:
»Visiting us at kahaluubay.org
»Following us on Facebook and Instagram (@kahaluubay)
»Volunteering to become a ReefTeacher (learn more at koha.la/reefteach
»Donating at koha.la/kbec-donate
Video Link https://vimeo.com/732373982