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To all our beneficiaries around the world, May 2015 bring an abundance of good to your ‘ohana. From the Hawaiian Homes Commission and the staff of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. Click to download a PDF of this greeting card.

KALAMA’ULA, MOLOKA’I – Robin and Lisa Dudoit celebrated the beginning of construction on their new home earlier last week in Kalamaʻula, Molokaʻi. The Dudoit hale will be the first of its kind on Molokaʻi to utilize federal funds under the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act or NAHASDA in a partnership with Habitat for Humanity ...
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ANAHOLA, KAUAʻI – After their home burnt to the ground in a fire three years ago, Debbie and Elvis Fitzgerald-Troche have rebuilt their lives and are returning to the Anahola Hawaiian homestead lot Debbieʻs family has called home since the 1970s. “Its such an emotional thing when you lose your home and everything in it,” ...
Read More Habitat Kauaʻi Helps Homesteader Rebuild from Ashes

WAIOHULI, MAUI – For the past two years, Maui’s Emma Yap has organized Waiohuli Undivided Interest lessees to take a more proactive role advocating for undivided interest lessees at the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and in front of the Hawaiian Homes Commission. “We go to all the meetings. We always make sure that somebody ...
Read More Persistence Pays Off for Maui Homestead Leader

PUʻUKAPU, HAWAIʻI – Steep drop-offs and adjacent rock outcroppings along the cinder road running through the Puʻukapu Pastoral Lots Subdivision in Waimea, Hawaiʻi, were just some of the safety hazards noted in a recent assessment by Department of Hawaiian Home Lands’ traffic engineers. DHHL has since completed roadway improvements at three of the more severe ...
Read More Puʻukapu Pastoral Lessees Getting Road Improvements

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