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Maryknoll School plants tree in honor of Malama Honua

Maryknoll School celebrated its commitment to care for the earth with a special ceremony Thursday.

Pwo navigator Nainoa Thompson helped school officials and students plant a young tulipwood tree on campus in the name of Malama Honua (care for the earth), Hokulea’s worldwide voyage. 213 more words


Hōkūleʻa comes home

After visiting 23 countries and territories around the world over the past three years, the double-hulled sailing canoe Hōkūleʻa has returned to Hawaiʻi and was greeted yesterday at Magic Island, Ala Moana Park, Oahu, by an estimated 50,000 people. 126 more words


Master navigator Thompson among 'Living Treasures' honored by OHA

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) honored seven people during its inaugural Nā Mamo Makamae o Ka Poʻe Hawaiʻi: Living Treasures of the Hawaiian People. 413 more words


Nainoa Thompson reflects on Malama Honua ahead of Hokulea's homecoming

On Friday, May 26, Hokulea crossed the equator, marking an important milestone in her journey north from Tahiti back to Hawaii.

Her homecoming on June 17 marks the conclusion of a historic, three-year worldwide voyage. 558 more words