NĀ WAI 'EHĀ
There’s a saying,
“Kaulana ‘o Nā Wai ‘Ehā”
Famous are the Four Great Waters of Waikapū, Wailuku, Waiehu, and Waiheʻe
Long streams of water connecting and thriving from the West Maui mountains known as "Mauna Kahalewai", meaning "The House of Water".
Used and cultivated by Hawaiians for many generations, these rivers provided nourishment and sources that stretched far an wide from Mauka to Makai. A resource creating spring water and supporting the traditional works of harvesting Lo'i Kalo while rapidly pushing its source to Loko I'A (man-main fishpond).
The blessings of the Wai to the Aina.
Witness our second collection dedicated to the island of Maui that illustrates the value and significance of the four great rivers.