The Lānaʻi Community Stewardship Program is part of Kuahiwi a Kai, an initiative supported by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and Pūlama Lānaʻi to restore health to the Keomoku Region of Lānaʻi.
Our portion of the program focuses on engaging the skills of community hunters to aid in game management efforts within the project area. Volunteer hunters will also learn more about the cultural and historical significance of place. Together, we can work towards a future where the land lives and our people thrive. Ola ka ʻāina, ola ke kanaka!
Hunting open to Lānaʻi residents (must have a valid P.O. Box, hunting license, and government I.D.) and EMS personnel working on Lānaʻi
Unit A1 and A2 (Keomoku to Kapoho Gulch, Kaʻa will be the divider, not Waiaʻōpae)
None. Take what you can harvest. Deboning allowed.
Rifle, shotgun, muzzle/black powder, bow and cross bow
Monday - Friday, sunrise to sunset. Will include weekday holidays.
Check in for hunt by 6pm day before hunt, or Friday for Monday hunt.
Check out from hunt by 9pm day of hunt.
Failure to check in and out will result in loss of hunting privileges.
30 hunters per day (15 in A1 and 15 in A2). Sign-up is first come, first served. No reservations will be taken.
Registration for the hunt will begin on July 1 at the Stewardship Office (Dole Admin Building at the former courthouse room). Please visit the office to register in person.
Must fill out the registration and waiver forms (downloadable below, or hard copies available at stewardship office) and have a valid hunting license. Also must have proof of residency.
Held on June 18, 2021 via Zoom. Watch the recording to learn more about this Kuahiwi a Kai initiative and program protocols for the resident hunt!