Ed Lindsey

Uncle Ed Lindsey, MCL's founder and project director, passed away June 24, 2009.

Ed's ohana has requested that donations be made to Maui Cultural Lands to carry on his legacy of cultural protection, restoration and education.

Donations may be sent to:

Maui Cultural Lands, Inc.
P.O.Box #122
Lahaina, HI 96767

Ed Lindsey: Person of 2009
Maui Weekly, December 31, 2009

Remarkable Aloha: The teachings and legacy of Uncle Ed Lindsey
Maui Time Weekly, July 16, 2009

'Maui Treasure' Ed Lindsey Dies
Maui Weekly, Thursday, July 2, 2009

'Strong warrior' for Maui County 'Ed' Lindsey dies
The Maui News, Thursday, June 25, 2009

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  “People who help the land and the culture, who give unselfishly for the sake of the land, they are the heroes, the real warriors.”

~Ed Lindsey, Project Director

Strategic Plans 2008-2015

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A Documentary by: Kat Tracy

Short video documentary following the work of Maui Cultural Lands and important Hawaiian issues, loss of cultural sites and native plants.
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Education. Archaeological Stabilization. Reforestation.

Maui Cultural Lands Beyond the pineapple and sugarcane fields, deep in the Valley Isle, there is a past unknown to us, yet so familiar. In Honokowai Valley, where an estimated 600 Hawaiian families once thrived, ancient rock walls surrounding house sites and taro patches still stand proud. Some native and endemic plants are thriving. The rich Hawaiian history that permeates daily life on Maui has its roots here in this Valley.

Our vision is to restore Honokowai Valley to a state of balance, so that it can serve as a place to learn, to find peace and to honor those who have come before us. In the face of urban sprawl and population growth on Maui, now more then ever, we must concentrate on these efforts.

 





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