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Hardpan restoration work at Mokio Preserve has been ongoing for six years. While there’s still a way to go, the area has already seen the return of the kioea, the first documented sighting of the bird in modern record. - Photos: Courtesy of Moloka‘i Land Trust

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Marcus Murray and Kahiau Pilialoha-Hong examine the view from a pu‘u on Nihoa. - Photo: Brad Ka‘aleleo Wong

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Althea Kaohi with a 3-foot maquette that will be used to develop a life- size statue of King Kaumuali‘i. - Photo: Chris Cook

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(L-R) Anakē Lolena Nicholas and Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu. - Ki‘i: Kaipo Kī‘aha

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Graduation of Adult Class 2017, youth at RYLA Camp in Koke‘e. - Photo: Courtesy

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Lawmakers and leaders from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs look on as Gov. David Ige signs historic legislation on Moloka‘i. - Photos: Treena Shapiro

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OHAʻs Wahiawā property surrounds the Kūkaniloko Birthing Stones. - Photo: Kaipo Kīʻaha

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OHA Chairperson Colette Machado, DHHL Director Jobie Masagatani and Maui County Councilwoman Stacy Helm Crivello. - Photo: Treena Shapiro

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Beneficiaries say sand mining activity on Maui is disturbing iwi kūpuna. - Photo: Courtesy Sierra Club Maui

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Retired Honolulu Fire Capt. Richard Soo leads a training session for potential fire fighter recruits. Photos: - Lindsey Kesel

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Establishing Marae Moana will help provide food security and employment in Cook Islands. - Photos: Courtesy of Conservation International