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Hannah Springer

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Julia Rose

Hannah Kihalani Springer is a kamaʻāina of Kaʻūpūlehu, North Kona, where she and her family homestead at Kukuiʻohiwai. Among a variety of elected, appointed, and voluntary positions, Hannah always brings kamaʻāina perspective and sensibility to her civic engagements. She presently serves on the Boards of: the Akaka Foundation for Tropical Forests, Hui Kahuwai, Kanu O Ka ʻĀina Learning ʻOhana, the Kona Historical Society, Kua ʻĀina Ulu ʻAuamo, and Mānā Christian ʻOhana. Hannah is actively engaged in community based resources management with: the Kaʻūpūlehu Marine Life Advisory Committee; the Kai Kuleana Network; the Hui Kaiāulu of the Puʻuwaʻawaʻa Community Based Subsistence Forest Area; and the Puʻuwaʻawaʻa Advisory Committee. From mauka to makai, from one generation to the next, there is work to be done …  E hana nui kākou.

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