Kāneiolouma Master Plan

The Master Plan addresses a seven year horizon, with work in four overlapping phases.

Phase I (completed)

  • Security wall and protective signage
  • Adjacent parcel acquisition
  • Removal of hurricane debris
  • 3D site survey and documentation

Phase II (completed)

  • Assembly of cultural stone masons and volunteers
  • Drainage plan and flood mitigation
  • Interpretive signage

Phase III (now in fundraising)

  • Internal rock wall reconstruction
  • Rebuilding traditional house sites
  • Fishpond & taro patch restoration
  • Traffic plan

Phase IV 

  • Interpretive center 
  • Pathways and viewing points
  • Integration with Poʻipū Beach Park
  • Cultural activities
  • 2017 Koloa Days Historical Presentation
  • Visit from E Alu Pū
  • Generous Donations from Kiahuna Plantation
  • Visit from Kekaha Elementary Students
  • Kaneiolouma in San Francisco Chronicle
  • Uncle Billy on Outside TV
  • Kauai Midweek Magazine Cover Story
  • Video Interview with CKTV Students
  • Visit from Stanford Hawaiian Studies
  • Viewing Platform and New Interpretive Signs Now Open to Public