Through the utilization of ahupua’a based management techniques, Kuhialoko focuses on raising awareness and community driven involvement to address ongoing issues impacting Hawai’i’s resources, including water rights, access, native and endangered species habitat management, food security and regenerative community based subsistence practices. By focusing on perpetuating indigenous and culture based knowledge and skill sets, Kuhialoko embraces an opportunity to kōkua community in shifting mindset towards an open and interconnected relationship with ‘āina and ‘ohana. Located at the center of Pu’uloa, this hui is an active part of restoring a sense of community ownership and kuleana to an area riddled by a prolonged history of military occupation and displacement.