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Nā Wai ‘Ehā stream flow restoration

October 22, 2009
Maui Weekly
The March from ‘Īao Valley to the State Building in Wailuku on Oct. 2 in support of Nā Wai ‘Ehā stream flow restoration was co-sponsored by Maui Tomorrow and Earthjustice. “Hawai‘i recognizes water as in the public trust,” said Earthjustice Attorney Isaac Moriwake. This makes us unique.” “Return of stream flow is also a social justice issue, and we hope to see the streams of Nā Wai ‘Ehā again flowing mauka to makai for the benefit of all,” said Maui Tomorrow Director Irene Bowie. “This fight is going to continue and intensify as water becomes scarce,” added Moriwake.

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He supports the restoration of an important natural resource. “Hawai‘i recognizes water as in the public trust,” said Earthjustice Attorney Isaac Moriwake. This makes us unique.”
Photo: Helen Schonwalter

 
 

 

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