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What We Are Able To Do For Our Kohala Community...

 

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To foster the instruction in, development, distribution and
implementation of techniques, skills and systems that will
empower our North Kohala Community to manage its
resources and affairs in a self-determined, sustainable and
responsive manner.
 
To conduct scientific research on, develop and demonstrate
sustainable economic activities including but not limited to:
agricultural productions, processing and distribution
systems; plant propagation techniques and systems,
reforestation, forestry, native hawaiian-kanaka maoli heiau
(temple) stone/rock restoration of ancient historical sites,
timber harvesting and processing methods and systems;
beneficial soil enrichment and management practices;
aqua culture species and systems, landscape design
methods, all forms of energy efficient techniques and
systems, energy efficient, renewable and affordable housing, 
renewable energy systems, waste recycling and other
sustainable manufacturing systems, products and tools;
financial and legal structures and organizations.
 
To conduct classes, courses, seminars, workshops and
other forms of public or private education; create and
operate schools, demonstration sites, libraries and other
resource centers; publish and distribute books, brochures,
newsletters catalogues, periodicals, videos, motion pictures,
websites, photographic shows or collections or other forms
of communication about the purposes stated herein.
 
To preserve, perpetuate, protect, and sustainably manage
natural resources, including but not limited to ocean and
coastline; forests, streams, native hawaiian plants and
animals and watersheds; agricultural, farm and ranch
lands; open  spaces and natural energy sources, ancient
and historical native hawaiian-kanaka maoli sites, inventory;
native  hawaiian-kanaka maoli archaeological sites,
inventories; ancient native hawaiian-kanaka maoli sites
of villages and their gathering and spiritual rights not limited
to mauka (mountain) to makai (ocean). 
 
To seek out, solicit, collect and distribute funds and or
property to carry out projects consistent with the stated
purposes herein; to receive donations or purchase or
otherwise aquire property or property rights, real or personal,
for the purposes stated herein; and to manage said property
or property rights consistent with the purposes stated herein
and within the meaning of Section (c)(3) of the Internal
Revenue Code, and the transaction of any or all lawful
activities for which the nonprofit corporations may be
incorporated under Chapter 415B,Hawaii Revised Statutes.

 

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