Na Mamo O Mū‘olea
To perpetuate traditional ‘ahupua‘a management of the Mū‘olea ‘ahupua‘a
and to restore and maintain Mū‘olea’s natural, cultural, scenic, historic and marine resources
for the benefit, education and enjoyment of our community and future generations.
Visit limu.muolea.org for information about the Hāna Limu Festival, archives of videos and other materials from past festivals, educational resources about limu, and information about our Dr. Isabella Aiona Abbott Scholarship Fund
Congratulations to Tu'u Helekahi and Bailey Spry, recipients of the Dr. Isabella Aiona Abbott Scholarship Fund for Fall 2021!
Tu'u is a graduating Hana senior who will be pursuing Hawaiian studies at UH Hilo, and Bailey is a fourth-year student in Botany at UH Manoa who plans to pursue graduate research in Hawaiian limu.
Hawai'i's First Lady of Limu
Isabella Abbott wrote the book on Pacific algae and inspired a generation of young scientists
Hana Hou Magazine, Issue 22.6: December 2019 / January 2020
PO Box 824
Hana, HI 96713
Mu‘olea Point in 1888 (in the background, by Hedemann)
Nā Mamo O Mū‘olea Strategic Plan, July 2013 (PDF)
Protecting our source of life and inspiration
Coral Reef and Fish
Summary of Findings - 2009-2010 Coral Reef and Fish Surveys: Mū‘olea, Maui (PDF)
Preliminary Report on an Investigation of the Ages of Cultural Sites at Mū‘olea, Maui (PDF)
Thomas S. Dye, Ph.D., December 26, 2007
Vascular Plant Species List for Muū‘olea Point (PDF)
Patti Welton and Bill Haus, April 24, 2006