2012_2: Hannah Kihalani Springer "Connections: Mauka, Makai and Mo'okuauhau"
Hannah Springer talks about the connections between “ma uka” (the uplands) and “ma kai” (the lowlands by the sea) and about how the forest connects generations of people. Using a contemporary and historical mauka-makai or ahupua’a perspective, she explores the dynamic human relationship with the natural and cultural landscape
This talk was presented at the 2012 Nahelehele Dryland Forest Symposium: "Connections" on February 24th, 2012 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. The symposium highlight dryland forest ecology and restoration efforts in Hawai‘i.