Aha Moku Advisory Committee Public Meeting on Draft

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Aha Moku Advisory Committee Public Meeting on Draft Rules Waianae Moku Ahupua’a: Nanakuli, Lualualei,

Aha Moku Advisory Committee Public Meeting on Draft Rules Waianae Moku Ahupua’a: Nanakuli, Lualualei, Waianae, Makaha, Keaau, Hikilolo, Makua, Kahanahaiki, and Keawaula Friday, November 6, 2015 6: 00 p. m. – 8: 00 p. m. Waianae High School Cafeteria 85 -251 Farrington Highway Waianae, HI 96792 1

SCR 55 – Aha Moku Draft Rules Passed in the 2015 Legislature • Provide

SCR 55 – Aha Moku Draft Rules Passed in the 2015 Legislature • Provide opportunity for Hawaiians to work together to exhibit that traditional Hawaiian values and customs could apply to, and work in modern governmental affairs ; • That the legislature, in passing Act 288 give the AMAC some independence from state government to reflect its role of working alongside and advising state government with regard to Hawaiian traditions, values, and practices. • Engage stakeholders, with the assistance of DLNR, OHA, and AHCC for purpose of developing and adopting rules for its operation and administration. 2

Draft Rules Aha Moku Advisory Committee – Chapter 1 Part 1 – General Provisions

Draft Rules Aha Moku Advisory Committee – Chapter 1 Part 1 – General Provisions Part 2 – Aha Moku System • Rules of Practice & Procedure • History & Purpose • Aha Moku Structure – – – – – Purpose Act 288 Definitions Office Hours Meetings Quorum Authentication Chairperson Vice-chairperson Part 3 – Mokupuni; Moku; Ahupuaa • • Moku O Keawe (Hawaii) Moku O Piilani (Maui) Moku O Kanaloa (Kahoolawe) Nana’I Kaula (Lanai. Molokai Pule Oo (Molokai) Moku O Kakuhihewa (Oahu) Manokalanipo (Kauai) Ka Aina O Kawelonakala (Niihau) 3

Part 1 § 1 -1: Purpose of Rules To govern the procedures and practices

Part 1 § 1 -1: Purpose of Rules To govern the procedures and practices of the Aha Moku Advisory Committee (AMAC) under Act 288 (SLH 2012) 4

§ 1 -2 Act 288 To formally recognize the Aha Moku System and to

§ 1 -2 Act 288 To formally recognize the Aha Moku System and to establish the Aha Moku Advisory Committee within the DLNR To serve in an advisory capacity to the chairperson of the BLNR May advise on issues related to land natural resources management through the Aha Moku System To integrate the Native Hawaiian cultural and traditional values into the fabric of state policy Waianae Valley 5

§ 1 -2(d) Mandates of Aha Moku Bill (d 1) (d 2) (d 3)

§ 1 -2(d) Mandates of Aha Moku Bill (d 1) (d 2) (d 3) (d 4) Integrate NH practices ID practices that are site-specific Teach others about ahupua’a resources Sustain marine, land, cultural, agricultural & natural resources (d 5) Provide community education (d 6) Protect & conserve natural resources (d 7) Develop process to oversee aha moku system* 6

* Submit annual report in English and Hawaiian to legislature & BLNR Chair 20

* Submit annual report in English and Hawaiian to legislature & BLNR Chair 20 days prior to session • Shall include recommendations made by the AMAC committee and resulting action taken by BLNR/DLNR within the past year • Shall include status on AMAC rules on operations and administration 7

Other Sections of Part 1 • • § 1 -3 § 1 -4 §

Other Sections of Part 1 • • § 1 -3 § 1 -4 § 1 -5 § 1 -6 Definitions Office (principal office of AMAC) Hours Meetings (AMAC, moku, ahupua’a) » Must adhere to Sunshine Law (Chapter 92, HRS) » Must be posted on HI State Calendar, Lt. Gov office at least 6 days prior to meeting • • § 1 -7 § 1 -8 § 1 -9 § 1 -10 Quorum Authentication (Chair approves/signs) Chairperson (Selection) Vice-Chairperson (Selection) 8

Part 2 – Aha Moku System • § 2 -1 History and purpose 2

Part 2 – Aha Moku System • § 2 -1 History and purpose 2 -1 -a: explanation of what the Aha Moku System is 2 -1 -b: The “heart” of the Aha Moku System – the explanation of where the Aha Moku System came from 2 -1 -c: explanation of purpose of the Aha Moku System Ødescription of traditional system used independently on each island based on geographic features ØBring natural resource concerns of an ahupua’a community forward to DLNR 9

§ 2 -2 • 2 -2 -a • 2 -2 -b • 2 -2

§ 2 -2 • 2 -2 -a • 2 -2 -b • 2 -2 -c (AMAC). AHA MOKU STRUCTURE Communities of an ahupua’a select their representative who meets generational knowledge of the resources of that ahupua’a » 2 -2 -a(1) Duties of the ahupua’a representative – liaison between community, moku and DLNR » 2 -2 -b(2) Ahupua’a representatives within a moku select the moku representative Moku representatives select among themselves the mokupuni or island representative The island representative also holds the title of Po’o and is a member of the Aha Moku Advisory Committee » The moku representatives select 2 names from amongst their group to submit to the Governor for nomination to the Senate who will confirm the nomination 10

TOP Tier 1: Individual Ahupua'a Traditional practitioners and members of the general public residing

TOP Tier 1: Individual Ahupua'a Traditional practitioners and members of the general public residing in individual Ahupua'a select an ahupua’a representative Tier 2: Aha Ahupua'a Each ahupua’a representative gather to select the representative of their moku Tier 3: Aha Moku The representatives of each moku form the Aha Moku Councils of each Island. They select, from among the group the person to sit on the Aha Moku Advisory Committee BOTTOM Tier 4: Aha Moku Advisory Committee State-wide Committee of traditional practitioners consisting of one representative from each Island. They 11 select their own Chair and Vice-Chair

§ 2 -3 Communication Process • 2 -3 -a • 2 -3 -b Process

§ 2 -3 Communication Process • 2 -3 -a • 2 -3 -b Process in which concerns from an ahupua’a can be relayed to DLNR through the AMAC main office Communication Route: » (1) Issue selected by community brought forward by ahupua’a representative » (2) Ahupua’a representative forwards to moku representative » (3) Moku representative forwards to island Po’o (AMAC) » (4) Island AMAC forwards to Main AMAC office who disseminates concern to appropriate DLNR division who then works directly with impacted ahupua’a. » (5) Mitigation by impacted community and DLNR; if resolved, issue ends there. If not, issue moves forward to BLNR 12

PART 3 – Mokupuni, Moku, Ahupua’a • This part describes, from generational information gathered

PART 3 – Mokupuni, Moku, Ahupua’a • This part describes, from generational information gathered in each mokupuni (island), how each is traditionally divided, based on geography and topography into moku (larger land districts), then into ahupua’a (smaller land districts). 13

Pae’Aina Summary Island Moku Ahupuaa Moku O Keawe (Hawaii) 6 197 Moku O Piilani

Pae’Aina Summary Island Moku Ahupuaa Moku O Keawe (Hawaii) 6 197 Moku O Piilani (Maui) 13 142 Moku O Kanaloa (Kahoolawe) 4 28 Nana’I Kaula (Lanai) 2 11 Molokai Pule Oo (Molokai) 4 51 Moku O Kakuhihewa (Oahu) 6 88 Manokalanipo (Kauai) 9 69 Ka Aina O Kawelonakala (Niihau) 3 20 Islands – 8 47 606 Moku Ahupuaa Moku O Kanaloa (Kahoolawe) Kona Koolau Molokini 5 11 0 Manokalanipo (Kauai) Napali 14 4 30 Note: No one living on the following moku Islands – 2 14

§ 3 -6 (3) Waianae Moku Ø Nanakuli Ø Lualualei Ø Waianae Ø Makaha

§ 3 -6 (3) Waianae Moku Ø Nanakuli Ø Lualualei Ø Waianae Ø Makaha Ø Keaau Ø Hikilolo Ø Makua Ø Kahanahaiki Ø Keawaula 15

Differences in Descriptions of Ahupua’a 16

Differences in Descriptions of Ahupua’a 16

Comments on Draft Rules Send comments to: Aha Moku Advisory Committee (AMAC) c/o DLNR

Comments on Draft Rules Send comments to: Aha Moku Advisory Committee (AMAC) c/o DLNR P. O. Box 621 Honolulu, HI 96809 • • • AMAC website: Go to DLNR website, click on Boards, scroll down to, then click on Aha Moku Advisory Committee. Draft rules are posted with comment box. Submit comments to Island Po’o AMAC to vote on final draft in December 2015 17

On-going Steps AMAC draft rules released for comment (AMAC, DLNR, OHA, AHCC, General Public)

On-going Steps AMAC draft rules released for comment (AMAC, DLNR, OHA, AHCC, General Public) Makua Shoreline, Makua Ahupuaa, Waianae Moku, Kakuhihewa Continue accountability to the people of an ahupua’a, the general public, DLNR/BLNR , and the legislature. Draft Report to Legislature, 2016 Session Kaena Point, Keawaula Ahupuaa 18

Mahalo Nui Loa! For Further Information, please contact: Hanalei Hopfe, Waianae Moku Representative P.

Mahalo Nui Loa! For Further Information, please contact: Hanalei Hopfe, Waianae Moku Representative P. O. Box 343 Waianae, HI 96792 Phone: 808 -699 -1449 Email: [email protected] com Rocky Kaluhiwa, AMAC Kakuhihewa P. O. Box 4870 Kaneohe, HI 96744 Phone: 808 -286 -7955 Email: rockykaluhiwa [email protected] com Leimana Da. Mate, Executive Director Phone: 808 - 587 -1498 Leimana. K. Da. [email protected] gov Department of Land Natural Resources 1151 Punchbowl Street, Ste. 130 19 Honolulu, HI 96813