32 episodes

Join hosts Drew Kapp, Leilani DeMello, and guest storytellers for a huaka‘i, or journey around the island of Hawaiʻi, starting in Hilo and moving to Puna, Kaʻū, Kona, Kohala and Hāmākua. Each episode will hoʻokamaʻāina, or acquaint listeners with storied places, histories, people, traditions and lessons through stories told by community members with connections to the ʻāina. Look for new episodes on the 1st and 15th of every month!

**Follow along as you listen with interactive Story Maps on our website!** https://hilo.hawaii.edu/blog/kaleookauluau/

Ka Leo o ka Uluau Ka Leo o ka Uluau

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 31 Ratings

Join hosts Drew Kapp, Leilani DeMello, and guest storytellers for a huaka‘i, or journey around the island of Hawaiʻi, starting in Hilo and moving to Puna, Kaʻū, Kona, Kohala and Hāmākua. Each episode will hoʻokamaʻāina, or acquaint listeners with storied places, histories, people, traditions and lessons through stories told by community members with connections to the ʻāina. Look for new episodes on the 1st and 15th of every month!

**Follow along as you listen with interactive Story Maps on our website!** https://hilo.hawaii.edu/blog/kaleookauluau/

    Hawaiian Agroforestry: Noa Lincoln

    Hawaiian Agroforestry: Noa Lincoln

    Noa Lincoln joins Lei and Drew to share about the past, present, and future of Hawaiian agroforestry and the role of ʻulu in our lives.

    • 56 min
    Kaulana Mahina: Kalei Nuʻuhiwa

    Kaulana Mahina: Kalei Nuʻuhiwa

    Kalei Nuʻuhiwa joins Lei and Drew to tell her story of learning about the practice of kaulana mahina (observing and following lunar cycles) and how it can guide us in living sustainably today.

    • 51 min
    Lei: Pele Kaʻio

    Lei: Pele Kaʻio

    Pele Kaʻio joins Lei and Drew to talk about Hawaiian plants, lei making, and our interactions with the flora of Hawaiʻi.

    • 55 min
    Hula: Kekoa Harman

    Hula: Kekoa Harman

    In this episode of Ka Leo o ka Uluau, Kumu Kekoa joins Lei and Drew to share his manaʻo (thoughts) about hula and sustainability.

    • 52 min
    Loko Iʻa: Hui Hoʻoleimaluō

    Loko Iʻa: Hui Hoʻoleimaluō

    Kamala, Nāhōkū, and Mānoa from Hui Hoʻoleimaluō visit Lei and Drew to tell us about their work at Honokea Loko Iʻa (Hawaiian fish pond).

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Modern Konohiki Practices in Miloliʻi: Uʻi and Kaʻimi

    Modern Konohiki Practices in Miloliʻi: Uʻi and Kaʻimi

    Uʻi Nāipo and Kaʻimi Kaupiko join us to share about their beloved fishing village of Miloliʻi, it's traditions, and ongoing efforts to implement konohiki (resource management) practices today.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

mll87 ,

I can not wait to learn

I found this podcast when it came up in my Hilo google search. I have just started to listen and already I find it so educational and so interesting. I can not wait to learn the historical and spiritual stories of Hawaii. I also look forward to learning and listening to the beautiful language. Thank you for this podcast.

Valdeane ,

A wonderful addition to podcast offerings!

Such an amazing podcast that helps to orient locals and visitors to the authentic stories of Hawai`i!

Such soothing vocals and knowledgeable hosts!

Can’t wait to hear future sessions!

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