January 13, 2020
3RD ANNUAL 'AHA INA ALOHA
On January 10th, HART was honored to participate in a colloquium of scientists, storytellers, cultural practitioners, educators and community members at the 3rd Annual 'Aha 'Āina Aloha, held at UH West O'ahu.
Co-organized by HART, UH West O'ahu and Kamehameha Schools, the interdisciplinary program featured stories of ʻEwa and Honouliuli, discussions of climate change, aloha ʻāina work and cultural approaches to landscaping and sustainability.
HART Vision and Update with CEO Andy Robbins

Welina Honouliuli online archive with Kawena Komeiji

Aloha 'Āina and Radical Collaboration with Ben Trevino
ALA MAHAMOE VOLUNTEER WORKDAY
HART staff started off 2020 as volunteer conservationists during a workday at Ala Mahamoe Cultural Garden and Forest on January 4th. Together with other volunteers from the community, they cleared invasive species and planted almost 40 native trees.

A collaboration with the Koolau Mountains Watershed Partnership, the Mahamoe Cultural Forest Project seeks to restore the dryland forest to a more native-dominated system in order to increase water recharge capacity in this high-priority watershed area. 

TRAFFIC UPDATE:
KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY LANE CLOSURE
The westbound lanes of Kamehameha Highway between Radford Drive and Halawa Drive will be closed on weekends between 6am and 6pm, January 11-25. See the attached flier for more info.
To see the latest road closure information in your neighborhood, visit:
SHOP & DINE
ON THE LINE
Deals on shopping, dining and services to support local businesses in the community!

Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation 
1099 Alakea Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813