We believe it is our kuleana to share the history of this place, take care of its resources and preserve its cultural story of a time long ago. Join us as we share what we've learned from others in the community, our team of experts and what we propose for the Hanalei Plantation Resort of tomorrow.
Restoring the ancient kuapa rock wall
and revitalizing Kamo‘omaika‘i fishpond will create educational opportunities.
An enormous clean up effort of the Kamo‘omaika‘i Fishpond will restore the ecosystem of the area – providing a habitat for natural diversity.
Based on the Hawaiian traditions of the Ahupua‘a, the proposed village will honor the land, culture, and traditions of Hanalei by design – greatly reducing the number of units from that which could be allowed, and by integrating best management practices in environmental design.
Residential units will be designed in accordance with strict Home Owner Association guidelines, calling for styles, materials and colors that blend into the hillside
The Environmental Impact Assessment Preparation Notice (EISPN) document presents reviewers with the goal and objectives of the proposed action, alternatives considered, and anticipated impacts of the preferred alternative, including an identification of studies prepared to assess potentially significant impacts.
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