FAQ on the “Ho’okuleana Design” ©2016, 2017

As the Ala Wai problem becomes worse over time, we increasingly are forced to connect issues such as invasive species, flooding, and rising seas, together. Then we develop an interconnected solution. All other solutions do not take into reality the existing development, the reality that Albizia trees do not absorb much water, and the reality that … Continue reading FAQ on the “Ho’okuleana Design” ©2016, 2017

New Nature Center and Bus Stop at McCully Street/Ala Wai Canal

Most of the problems in life are because of two reasons: we act without thinking or we keep thinking without acting. Unknown Map Above is a map that shows the location of the park entrance, which consists of a nature center, heritage center, and gift shop. Also shown are fishponds and taro patches accessible by … Continue reading New Nature Center and Bus Stop at McCully Street/Ala Wai Canal

Aquaponics, and More Along the Ala Wai

To orient you on the Ho’okuleana Design ©2016, 2017 design, here is a snippet of some of its features: extensive aquaponics system which involves fish and taro heritage residences and “Hale Pilis” canoe docks farmers market Finally, there is a diagrammatic map that shows other main design features in Waikiki. Heritage Residences, “Hale Pili,” Canoe Dock, … Continue reading Aquaponics, and More Along the Ala Wai

Proposed Aquaponics Along the Ala Wai, “Ho’okuleana Design” ©2016, 2017

If it doesn't challenge you, it won't change you. Unknown Proposed is an aquaponics system for the Ala Wai Canal. The following diagrammatic map, architectural sketches, and artistic rendering show its physical features and some of its locations. Above. Map that shows location of the following: aquaponics which involve fish and taro; heritage centers and … Continue reading Proposed Aquaponics Along the Ala Wai, “Ho’okuleana Design” ©2016, 2017

Proposed Ala Wai “Heiau” and Lock and Dam

When it comes to making a big change in your life you have to want it more than you fear it. Unknown Above. A map which shows the location of the aquaponics which involve fish and taro; heritage centers and residences, shown in orange; lock and dam near the Manoa-Palolo Drainage Canal; and a “heiau” … Continue reading Proposed Ala Wai “Heiau” and Lock and Dam

Fish Who Swim Upstream in Hawaii

August 25, 2017 Updated May 8, 2020 One reason people resist change is because they focus on what they have to give up, instead of what they have to gain. Rick Godwin https://youtu.be/arupbM7tQUY There is a high chance the fish shown in above video shot at the Nu’uanu Stream, are about two dozen rock climbing … Continue reading Fish Who Swim Upstream in Hawaii