Survey Deadline Extension

Paupena’s Assessment Survey has been extended to August 15, 2021!!  Please share the importance of the survey with Maui waitlisters and lessees.  We need your voices in order to affect change for our beneficiaries.


Housing: Personal Engagement and Actionable Steps Puwalu, 7/9/21

“Housing: Personal Engagement and Actionable Steps” panel during the Maui Centennial Puwalu (conference) 5 p.m. via Zoom. The two-hour puwalu celebrates U.S. Senate ratification of the 1921 Hawaiian Homes Commission Act. That day, July 9, is the actual ratification date 100 years ago of the Act, a federal trust providing the 203,000-acre native Hawaiian homesteading…


June 12 puwalu a Hawaiian homelands conference

Bobby Pahia will speak on his  mercantile entity, Hawaiʻi Taro Farm LLC. The Maui Centennial Puwalu 9 a.m. Saturday, June 12, presents Kahanu Noa of Na Koa Development; kumu Kilihune Ka`aihue of Waiehu Kou Hawaiian Homesteads Association; Bobby Pahia of Hawai`i Taro Farm LLC, and Hanalei Colleado of Ho`omana Farm, respectively. The Maui Centennial Puwalu…


Pā‘upena CDC Community Survey

This brief survey is intended for individual beneficiaries: lessees, waitlisters and successor beneficiaries and it will help us to partner with the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and other entities in order to optimize access to, and use of, our Hawaiian Homes Commission Act trust lands. Here is the survey link to the survey.


Kamehameha Grads are May 22nd Puwalu presenters

A pair of Kamehameha Schools Kapalama alumnae will headline our Puwalu conference this month. Donna Kealapono Sterling and Lehua Enomoto will address the Maui Centennial Puwalu set for May 22 via Zoom. The event from 9 to 11 a.m. will also feature a homelands needs-assessment discussion and interactive survey. The puwalu is part of a…