Land and Sea
Kamehameha Schools (KS) owns 365,000 acres spread across Hawai‘i and about a quarter of that is prime agricultural land.
There are only three ways to access Joyce Kainoa’s kitchen table in Honoka‘upu, Moloka‘i: by helicopter, by boat, or by an 11-hour hike. So when her kitchen sees a crowd, it’s rarely by chance.
Hawai‘i naturally raises water kids. Our year-round warm weather enables an athlete to train 12 months a year.
“Sometime in 1992” is as close as anyone can remember that the whistle stopped blowing on Lāna‘i.
A koa forest thrives in the Kūka‘iau uplands, on the slopes of Mauna Kea, creating a dappled canopy of light and shade on the forest floor with its distinctive sickle-shaped leaves.