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Our Heritage - Nā Pali Coast ʻOhana Presentation at Hanapepe Public Library - 2013-11-07

Produced by Jennifer & Serge Marcil - 4D Media

Sabra Kauka, President & Narrator
Culture-History-Ancestors

Alan Carpenter, Archaeologist
History and early facts about Nuʻalolo Kai

Victoria Wichman, Archaeologist
History and current preservation
Time line of recent reconstruction

Michael DeMotta
Assistant Director of Living Collections and Horticulture
Native Hawaiian plant restoration

Kelvin & Kathleen Ho, Educators
Culture, youth evolvement



A Child's View of Napali Coast - Janique's Narrated Slideshow of her impressions of the 2014 worktrip to Nuʻalolo Kai - 2014-06-23
(Be sure to watch it in High Definition and Full Screen.)

Plants of Nuʻalolo Kai, 2006 Botanical Survey, Fred F. Nakaguma (slideshow)


Fred F.Nakaguma-Botanist/Science Teacher
“Very noticeable was the lack of plants you normally find on the beaches. The only plants found were Scaevola taccada (naupaka kahakai) and Vitex rotundifolia (pohinahina). There were only two places that S. taccada were found, at the boat landing and high on the east cliff. Missing were the normal beach plants Ipomoea pes-caprae (pohuehue) and Jacquemonita ovalifolia (paʻuohiʻiaka). Boerhavia glabrata (alena) also was not found. Only Vitex rotundifolia (pohinahina) was doing well.”

Checklist of plants occuring in Nuʻalolo Kai, September 2006 (pdf)



National Geographic Magazine - Sights & Sounds - Hawaiʻi: Preserving the Breath
“Sabra...is also involved in maintaining, preserving and bringing back to life traditional sites where people used to live...” From the movie Hawaiʻi: Preserving the Breath at nationalgeographic.com featuring Nā Pali Coast ʻOhana president, Sabra Kauka.

Updated: 2016-11-22T12:49:35-1000 (HST)