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Date registered: May 15, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Puke Moʻolelo Mahina- Monthly & Anahulu Planners Now Available — January 13, 2016
  2. ROOTS ~ RESILIENCE ~ ROMANCE : February 14, 2014 10am — February 7, 2014
  3. 33 Million Strong, Women Form Unprecedented Alliance to Take Bold Action on Climate Change and Sustainability — September 24, 2013
  4. Native Hawaiian Woman Joins a Powerful Cohort of Women Leaders at the International Women’s Earth and Climate Summit — September 20, 2013
  5. Kresge Foundation $460,000 Award To UH Mānoa Strengthens Hawai‘i’s Food Security and Builds Partnerships to Protect Environment and Native Hawaiian Cultural Knowledge — April 10, 2013

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Jan 13

Puke Moʻolelo Mahina- Monthly & Anahulu Planners Now Available

LAMA is excited to partner with Konohiki Honua in the release of the 2016 puke moʻolelo mahina! We have a limited supply of 6 month and 1 year moon phase planners available for purchase at the newly launched website- http://moolelomahina.com. They run from the malama of Kaelo to Makalii and incorporate both the Gregorian and …

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Feb 07

ROOTS ~ RESILIENCE ~ ROMANCE : February 14, 2014 10am

Download Event Poster ROOTS ~ RESILIENCE ~ ROMANCE is an event to stand for women and climate justice.  Women are key to sustainable solutions.  When women farmers are empowered, we will see food security.  Join us to learn more about the impacts of climate change and solutions for a sustainable future.  Share your message on …

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Sep 24

33 Million Strong, Women Form Unprecedented Alliance to Take Bold Action on Climate Change and Sustainability

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S EARTH AND CLIMATE SUMMIT   For Immediate Release:  September 24, 2013 www.iweci.org Contact:  Celia Alario, +1.310.721.6517 or Tania Hack +1.805.280.1786; media@iweci.org Bios and quotes from participating delegates:  http://www.iweci.org/summit-delegates Photos available:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/101097407@N04/ Video of Summit Proceedings:  http://www.youtube.com/user/IWECI?feature=watch B-Roll Available Upon Request   33 Million Strong, Women Form Unprecedented Alliance   Declaration and Action Agenda …

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Sep 20

Native Hawaiian Woman Joins a Powerful Cohort of Women Leaders at the International Women’s Earth and Climate Summit

September 20, 2013 Download Press Release A Native Hawaiian woman from Hanapēpē, Kauaʻi, Director of Strategic Partnerships of UH Mānoa’s Loli Aniau, Makaʻala Aniau (LAMA) program, joins a powerful cohort of women leaders from 35+ countries in New York from September 20-23, 2013 to take bold action on climate change and craft a Women’s Climate …

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Apr 10

Kresge Foundation $460,000 Award To UH Mānoa Strengthens Hawai‘i’s Food Security and Builds Partnerships to Protect Environment and Native Hawaiian Cultural Knowledge

April 2013 NEWS RELEASE KRESGE FOUNDATION $460,000 AWARD TO UH MĀNOA Strengthens Hawai‘i’s Food Security and Builds Partnerships to Protect Environment and Native Hawaiian Cultural Knowledge Contact- Margot Schrire, Director of Communications (808) 956-6774 or margot.schrire@uhfoundation.org (Download Press Release) HONOLULU- The Detroit-based Kresge Foundation has awarded $460,000 to Lamakū Na‘auao (Knowledge Torch), a new University …

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