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‘ĀINA MOMONA

A community organization dedicated to achieving environmental health and sustainability through restoring social justice and Hawaiian sovereignty
 

ALOHA KĀKOU

‘Āina Momona (Hawaiian for the fertile or rich land) is a Native Hawaiian 501(c)(3) organization proudly founded by Walter Ritte for the purpose of achieving environmental health and sustainability through restoring social justice and Hawaiian sovereignty. We are led by a board of exceptional Native Hawaiians that support the critical work of our talented staff who work in grassroots communities to restore fragile ecosystems, promote cultural rights and practices, enhance community well-being, and advocate for native rights and social justice. ‘Āina Momona has four primary program areas that the organization focuses on: ‘Āina (land and environmental health), ‘Ai (food and agriculture), Wai (water) and Ea (sovereign, resistance and social justice).  
 
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