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Friends of Moku'ula was dissolved around 2017 and is no longer an active organization.

However, following the tragic Lahaina fires, there is a renewed interest in the history and restoration of Moku'ula and Mokuhinia.

For now this website will serve as a repository of some related articles, and some archival information.

Denby Fawcett: Show Respect For Lahaina By Restoring Its Once Lush Wetlands
It is too early to focus on rebuilding, but cultural advocates already see an opportunity to return to a Lahaina of the past.
Civil Beat, August 22, 2023

The return of powerful goddess Kihawahine could have significant impact on Lāhainā Community
Hawaii Public Radio | By Kuʻuwehi Hiraishi
August 24, 2023

Lahaina: Restoring an Ancient Site
By Jill Engledow
Maui Pulse, May 2024

From Burn Scar to Wetland
After wildfires destroyed Lahaina, the batter to restore an ancient ecosystem will share the town's future.
Washington Post, July 11, 2024

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