Lānaʻi Culture and Heritage Center sponsor various programs for our community throughout the year that seek to educate and cultivate interest and knowledge in the history, folklore, culture, customs, and practices of Lāna‘i. Identify and recommend cultural and natural landscapes and archaeological sites of historical importance and interest to Lāna‘i for preservation, and to determine levels of access and interpretation. Study and promote awareness of the unique environment and ecosystems of Lāna‘i. Learn more about our programs below.
Join us for a community stewardship day at the Koa Forest restoration site from February 19 - April 16, 9:00-11:00am. We will meet in front of the culture center (Dole Admin) at 9am and head up to the site together.
E ʻIke Hou iā Lānaʻi
The "E ʻIke Hou iā Lānaʻi" program teaches students to understand what has happened in the past so that they can contribute to building an island that is healthy, a history that is honored, and a community that thrives for generations to come.
Lānaʻi Community Stewardship Program
The Lānaʻi Community Stewardship Program is part of Kuahiwi a Kai, an initiative supported by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and Pūlama Lānaʻi to restore health to the Keomoku Region of Lānaʻi.
Lānaʻi Guide App
Developed in 2016, the Lānaʻi Guide app serves as a free, comprehensive guide resource for students, local community members, visitors, and those who simply wish to gain more knowledge about the island. The app features significant cultural and historic sites on Lānaʻi, including storied places as Waiaʻōpae Fishpond, Kaunolū Heritage Complex, and Hiʻi Agricultural Heiau.