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.