Tag Archive: aimalama

Apr 26

LAMA featured on Think Tech Hawaiʻi- Climate Change: Beyond Outrage

Makahiki- 2016, Mālama- Welo, Mahina- Lāʻaupau (Tuesday, April 26, 2016) Malia Nobrega-Olivera, Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge (HSHK) Director of Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement shared her story and her work on Think Tech Hawaiʻi.  She shared about the impacts of climate change on cultural practices like salt making on the island of Kauaʻi.  Ms. …

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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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Jul 21

Hawai‘i to host Pacific Peoples’ Lunar Conference on Climate Change

Download Press Release Event will examine how ancestral knowledge and modern technology can solve emerging challenges HONOLULU, Hawai‘i—July 21, 2015—Hundreds of cultural experts, practitioners, and community members from Hawai‘i and nations across the Pacific will gather in Honolulu this fall to share lunar methodologies with one another and build a regional community of practice focused …

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Nov 18

ʻAimalama Symposium- October 3-5, 2014

On October 3-5, 2014, LAMA (Loli ʻAniau, Makaʻala ʻAniau) hosted practitioners and community educators from throughout Hawai’i in an intensive 2-day symposium to explore how observation of the lunar phases effectively enhances their work.  Hailing from Oʻahu, Kauaʻi, Māui, and Hawaiʻi Island with kuleana working towards a return to the sustainable practices of our kūpuna, …

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