These projects were funded by the National Park Service through a collaboration between the NPS and the University of Hawaiʻi through the Hawaiʻi-Pacific Islands Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, Agreement Number P20AC00973. The oral history interviews were conducted by a team from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Center for Oral History in on-going phases under the direction of Davianna Pōmaikaʻi McGregor, Micah Mizukami and a team of graduate and undergraduate research assistants in cooperation with the National Park Service.
Akāka Wale o Haleakalā: Haleakalā Stands in Full View
In the late 1970s, Haleakalā National Park began building a series of fences around the perimeter of the park to exclude feral ungulates (goats, pigs, deer and cattle), and preserve native habitat, and care for native wildlife.
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