Hakipuʻu Stream Restoration

Project Description

Located in rural Oahu’s Ko’olau mountain range and on a private 4000 acre ranch, the Hakipu’u Stream Restoration Workday with Hui o Ko'olaupoko will guide you across streams to panoramic vista points with historic significance all while you lend a hand in restoring the native forest around a fresh water spring that once provided water to the taro patches and ancient inhabitants of the area. This project began in 2012 as a two year restoration & grant partnership between Kualoa Ranch and Hui o Koʻolaupoko. The project’s goals include reducing sediment entering Hakipuʻu Stream and Kāneʻoh...

Project Map

Publicly Accessible: No
County: Honolulu County, HI
Project Size:
  • 1.0 acres

Project Sites

  • Hakipuu (Not publicly accessible)

Goals and Targets

Primary Motivations:

  • Conservation Mission
    Protecting ocean health by restoring the aina: mauka to makai

Consistent With Plans:

  • Watershed Plan

Targeted Habitats:

  • Aquatic
    • Marine
    • Rivers and Streams

Targeted Species:

No targeted species were identified for this project.

Conservation Actions

Action Status Start Year End Year
Control invasive plants Ongoing Management 2012 --
Plant native riparian, wetland or aquatic vegetation Ongoing Management 2012 --


Is the success of this project's actions being monitored? No/Unknown


NOAA, Hawai'i Community Foundation, Harold K. L. Castle Foundation, Kualoa Ranch, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service: Fish Habitat Partnership.

Quick Facts

Owning Organization

Pacific Coast Joint Venture

Managing Organization

Hui o Koʻolaupoko
(Non-Governmental Organization)

Contact Information

Kristen Nalani Mailheau (Community Coordinator)
Hui o Koolaupoko

General Information

Project #: 220727
Last Updated: August 07, 2017

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