Wow Farm: Hodson ‘Ohana Grows Family Business
PU’UKAPU, HAWAI’I – When Tricia Hodson inherited her father’s agriculture homestead lot in Waimea back in 1989, she and her husband Mike, knew very little about agriculture and farming. READ MORE

Waimānalo Cooks Up Small Business
WAIMĀNALO, O’AHU – The high cost of doing business never stopped Waimānalo homesteader Alfred “Keoki” Edmondfrom starting his own business. READ MORE

Kailapa Builds Community Online
KAWAIHAE, HAWAI’I– Kailapa homesteader Maka’ala Kaneali’i doesn’t have a degree in computer programming, but that’s the beauty of building a website nowadays – no degree necessary.

Things You May Not Know About Kūhiō
We all know Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalaniana’ole as the champion of Native Hawaiian homesteading. In honor of his birthday, March 26, we remember some of the lesser known facts about our favorite ali’i.

From the Desk of Chairman Nahale-a
Aloha mai kākou! I am thrilled to extend a warm aloha to you all in this new edition of Ka Nūhou. Over the decades, our newsletter has been the main mode of communication between the Department […]

Hawaiian Homes Commission Update
Here are some of the recent decisions and discussions at the Hawaiian Homes Commission meetings.

FAQ: Native Hawaiian Development Program Plan
What is the Native Hawaiian Development Program Plan (NHDPP)? And why should I care? The answer to these questions and more.

Meet the Commissioners
Get to know your Hawaiian Homes Commissioners.

Meetings & Events
For the Hawaiian Homes Commission meeting schedule.

Public Notice to Successors
Relatives of the following deceased applicants may present their claims for Hawaiian Home Lands Application Rights. Deadline is May 27, 2012.