Right now, only about a thousand people visit the island of Kahoolawe each year. But could that number one day drop to zero?
Many who visit Kahoolawe say the island has a strong spiritual component that often calls them back.
In its strategic plan through 2026, the Kahoolawe Island Reserve Commission wants to return further to Kahoolawe’s historical roots by chang…
Archaeologists are trying to save an ancient Hawaiian relic on Kahoolawe: a sundial on ground that’s threatening to erode.
Restoration work on Kahoolawe continues at a slow but steady pace. One of the big tasks is to replant foliage on the island.
Right now, solar energy supplements only a small portion of the power on the island.
Kahoolawe has many cultural and historic landmarks, from Moaula Iki, the island’s highest summit, to Sailor’s Hat, a crater left behind by N…
Hundreds of volunteers have been working for years to help transform Kahoolawe from a barren island into a healthy and thriving ecosystem.