Simon just sent us these photos of the hard working crew of Taumako artisans building a new Te Puke at Taumako.
Three women who have been working to help build the new Te Puke voyaging canoe at Taumako, are volunteering to go to Reef Islands to take a training in Virgin Coconut Oil production.
After more than 70 years of separation and loss of communications between members of a family born and raised on Taumako, a small reunion has occurred.
Mimi and Meph have just returned from two busy and productive weeks in Solomon Islands. Here are a few highlights:
The aim of the Malama Honua World-Wide voyage is to sail a thread of connection round the world and share stories of hope that will help us all Malama Honua – care for each other and our planet.
Highlights from Meph and Mimi’s Presentation at Kaua’i Community College 13 October, 2015
Friends in Kauai, Join us October 13th at the Kauai Community College cafeteria for a presentation and Q&A by H.M. Wyeth and Dr. Mimi George. We’ll be discussing how canoe plants are useful and sustainable today. Presentation begins at 5:30 PM. Hope to see you there!
We now have a translation of the research report of social anthropologist and round-the-world sailor, Renate Westner, MA. She came to Taumako in 2007 to study the educational and life experience of children.