With the inspiration of cultural leaders in our district, Councilmember Pine introduced her cultural markers law. Plans are in the works in cultural and community groups from Ewa, Kapolei and across the Waianae Coast to plan and install cultural markers to enhance our parks and educate our families of the significance of these beautiful city resources.

With support from the City and our community, Ulu Ae Learning Center recently installed cultural markers at Puu o Kapolei (Kapolei Regional Park) to highlight the historical significance and sacredness of the hula mound and the areas surrounding it.

Ulu Ae Learning Center looks forward to raising money to install 2 more markers at Kapolei Regional Park.

If you have any questions on how you can get involved, or would like to restore cultural significance in an area you live in, contact Councilmember Pine at kmpine@Honolulu.gov.