Tag: Kaneohe Bay

He’eia Fishpond: history and healing

For many hundreds of years, native Hawaiian fishponds (Loko I’a) have been a vital part of maintaining a balance between the natural resources that are at the heart of the ancient ahupua’a system. It is an approach to managing food and water that integrates resources from the mountains to the ocean. He’eia Fishpond on Oahu’s […]

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Setting Sail for the Kaneohe Bay Sandbar

Hawaii is full of beautiful beaches and singular experiences. Unfortunately, many visitors don’t get to experience them due to the simple fact that they don’t know about those activities. A day at Oahu’s Kaneohe Sandbar is among those activities. Located in the heart of Kaneohe Bay, the sandbar attracts a flotilla of watercrafts daily. On […]

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Invasive Seaweed Taking Over Kaneohe Bay

It simply doesn’t get more beautiful than this. Kaneohe Bay is a pristine bay on the windward side of Oahu. Many people enjoy fishing and kayaking, while others just come here to enjoy its peace and quiet. But below the surface, an invasive species has been lurking. The species is a seaweed that has been […]

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