Ceres Trust Regenerative Economies Investment Partners

ʻĀina Momona

ʻĀina Momona is a native Hawaiian nonprofit dedicated to achieving environmental health and sustainability through restoring social justice and de-occupying Hawaiian lands. ʻĀina Momona stewards Keawanui Fishpond and Cultural Learning Center. Located in the Ka‘amola ahupua‘a, ʻĀina Momona manages a 55-acre ancestral Hawaiian fishpond and 8 acres of agricultural land, and is engaged in several community-led planning and restoration efforts for the entire Ka‘amola ahupua‘a on Molokai.

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