Thanks and credits – Mahalo!

Hanalei River Heritage Foundation would like to extend mahalo to the following people, organizations, and grants for making this project a reality.

He leo mahalo keia no ke kakoo ana (Thank you for your support!):

Na Oihana Kakoo (Funding Support) 

First Nations Development Institute
Native Youth and Culture Fund (NYCF)

Longmont, Colorado 

Critical Foundation 
Burbank, California 

Samuel Huntington Public Service Award

Cohen Postgraduate Fellowship
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Na Pakana (Partners) 

Earth Law Center
Boulder, Colorado 
Mahalo for your work in Environmental Advocacy! 

Malama Anahola
Anahola, Kauai, Hawaii 
Mahalo for your work in Native Rights! 

Hanalei River Heritage Foundation 
Board of Directors 
Honolulu/Hanalei, Hawaii 
Mahalo for allowing the nonprofit to do this work! 

Na Ohana (Families) 

Sheehan/Wilcox Ohana 
Hanalei, Kauai
Mahalo for sharing Moolelo about the Hanalei area! 

Hanohano Pa/Milikaa Ohana 
Kalalau Valley, Kauai
Mahalo for sharing Moolelo about Kalalau Valley! 

Cummings Ohana 
Anahola, Kauai 
Mahalo for sharing Moolelo about Anahola! 

Kaui Ohana 
Wailua, Kauai 
Mahalo for sharing Moolelo about Wailua/Kapaa! 

Oliver Kinney
Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
Mahalo for sharing your artwork featured in our introduction video and course certificate!

Na Kanaka (Individuals) 

Michael Guard Sheehan 
Hanalei, Kauai 
Mahalo for your guidance!

Allen K. Hoe 
Honolulu, Oahu 
Mahalo for your guidance!

Felicia Cowden 
Kilauea, Kauai 
Mahalo for your advocacy in environmental justice!

Mason Chock 
Wailua, Kauai 
Mahalo for your work in Aloha Aina! 

Bernard P. Carvalho 
Kapaa, Kauai 
Mahalo for your work in environmental stewardship!

No Ka Ike Resources/Knowledge 

Hawaiian Proverbs &

Kuula Resource Management


Hawaii’s Reef Fishes: A Guide for Snorkelers and Divers, John Hoover

Course Creators

Gemma Shepherd –

Addison Luck –

Kamealoha Smith –