Source: Hawaii 24/7 
March 13, 2012
"A packed room with standing room only at the Keauhou Beach Resort was buzzing with inquisitive members from the Hawaii Island community.
The free public talk presentation focused on the history, culture and environmental health of Kahaluu Bay and included speakers Kupuna Mitchell Fujisaka, Dr. Kuulei Rodgers, and Kaipo Perez.
The meeting discussing the history of the area and current issues at the bay was sponsored by The National Science Foundation EPSCoR-Track 2, CCRT, HIMB, The Kohala Center, and Jane Musser Fund.
Adorned in maile lei, Fujisaka, a kupuna of the Kahaluu area, was the first to talk-story with the audience. He spoke of his childhood experiences growing up in Kahaluu, as well the culture and history of the area."
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