Māhā`ulepū is the last remaining undeveloped ahupua`a of the Kōloa-Po'ipū region here on Kaua'i. It is a living museum with native plants and animals, irreplaceable native Hawaiian sites and stories and viable agricultural land. It offers recreational experiences on both land and sea, panoramic views and natural open space. Although landowner Grove Farm Co. Inc. generally keeps the area open to the public during daylight hours, Māhā'ulepū does not have legal public access or any permanent preservation status. 

Preservation could take many forms. What are your thoughts about the future of Māhā'ulepū?  This short survey consists of eight multiple choice questions, and your answers are anonymous.

Thank you for your participation.


* 1. 1

HOW IMPORTANT DO YOU THINK IT IS TO PERMANENTLY PRESERVE MĀHĀ’ULEPŪ?
(Please choose one answer.)

* 2. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES DO YOU SEE AS APPROPRIATE FOR MĀHĀ’ULEPŪ IN THE FUTURE?
(Choose as many as you like.)

* 3. WHICH KINDS OF SANITATION FACILITIES WOULD YOU PREFER AT MĀHĀ`ULEPŪ?
(Please choose one.)

* 4. WHOM DO YOU SEE AS DESIRABLE PARTNERS IN THE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF MANAGEMENT OF MĀHĀ’ULEPŪ SHOULD IT BECOME A PRESERVED AREA?
(Choose as many as you like.)

* 5. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DO YOU SEE AS  DESIRABLE PRESERVATION OPTIONS FOR MĀHĀ'ULEPŪ?
(All options require that the landowner be "willing" or in agreement.)

(Choose as many as you like.)

* 6. THERE ARE MANY WAYS PEOPLE COULD SUPPORT PRESERVATION OF MĀHĀ'ULEPŪ.  WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO DO?
(Choose as many as you like.)

* 7. I AM A .....

* 8. MY AGE IS ....

* 9. ARE THERE ANY OTHER THOUGHTS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE ABOUT YOUR HOPES FOR  OR CONCERNS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF MĀHĀ'ULEPŪ?

When you click "DONE" below, your survey will be submitted and tallied.
Mahalo Nui Loa!

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