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UNDERWATER SAFETY & SELF DEFENSE: Honolulu, Oahu
Underwater Jujitsu Intro Course Sponsored by: Hawaii Zenyo Jujutsu Kai Take your jujuitsu off the mat and under the waves with Prof.Steve McLaughlin 8th Dan. Here's a unique opportunity to learn some underwater escape sequences based on traditional jujuitsu moves adapted for under water.

WAIMEA VALLEY - HI'IPAKA LLC Haleiwa, Oahu
The culturally, ecologically and historically precious Waimea Valley, on the North Shore of O'ahu, Hawai'i, was saved from development by community action in 2006. The last traditional Hawaiian ahupua'a on O'ahu -from the mountains to the sea - remains whole, so its sacred voices can be heard and respected. Come refresh yourself! Open daily except for Christmas & New Years.

HAWAII INDEPENDENT & SOVEREIGN Honolulu, Oahu
Restoring Hawai'i's independence is clearly legal, justified, and possible.

HAWAII ISLAND JOURNAL Captain Cook, Big Island
The Journal, born in late 1999, fights to protect the environment, promote political activism, champion native Hawaiian causes, take David's side against Goliath and spotlight dollar-driven schemes that imperil the island's character, culture and charm. Then, too, it highlights good people doing good things.

THE POLYNESIAN VOYAGING SOCIETY Honolulu, Oahu
PVS was founded in 1973 to research how Polynesian seafarers discovered and settled nearly every inhabitable island in the Pacific Ocean before European explorers arrived in the 16th century.

ANNUAL TARO FESTIVAL Ph: (808) 962-0704 Honoka'a, Big Island

DEPT. OF LAND & NATURAL RESOURCES Ph: (808) 587-0300 Honolulu, Oahu

EAST MAUI TARO FESTIVAL Ph: (808) 248-8972 Hana, Maui

KE ALI'I NATIVE PRACTITIONER Ph: (808) 237-8365 Oahu and Maui, Oahu

KOKE'E RESOURCE CONSERVATION PROGRAM Ph: (808) 335-0924 Kokee, Kauai


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