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Community comes together to restore Maunalua Bay

By Rae DeCoito

POSTED: 02:16 a.m. HST, Jun 22, 2013

~~<p>Maunalua Bay in East Oahu is a biological and cultural treasure of Hawaii. It spans from Koko Head Point to Black Point and includes nearly eight miles of shoreline and 6.5 square miles of ocean waters.</p>
<p>With its natural inlet, Maunalua was an ideal location for early settlements and was developed by ancient Hawaiians into a rich fishpond system.</p>
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Maunalua Bay in East Oahu is a biological and cultural treasure of Hawaii. It spans from Koko Head Point to Black Point and includes nearly eight miles of shoreline and 6.5 square miles of ocean waters.

With its natural inlet, Maunalua was an ideal location for early settlements and was developed by ancient Hawaiians into a rich fishpond system. Login for more...



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