Kalei Nuʻuhiwa joins hosts Lei and Drew to share her story of learning about the practice of Kaulana Mahina – observing and following lunar cycles – and how it can guide us in living sustainably today.
Learn more about Kalei Nuʻuhiwa on the Mea Kipa page, along with all the other podcast guests.
This second season of Ka Leo o ka Uluau consists of 12 episodes that began in January ~ Kāʻelo 2022 with a shift in focus from stories associated with places to Hawaiian cultural practices that inform us how to meaningfully and sustainably interact with the place we live based on traditional knowledge systems.
Season II episodes are released throughout the year on the Hilo moon phase of every malama or mahina (lunar month) to raise awareness of this ancient yet relevant practice of keeping time. This segment was released May 31, the start of the Hawaiʻi lunar month of Kaʻaona.
OTHER SEASON II EPISODES:
January 2-31 ~Kāʻelo, Ulana Lau Hala (lau hala weaving)
February 1-March 1 ~Kaulua, Lawaiʻa Pono (traditional fishing practices).
March 2-31 ~ Nana, Loko Iʻa (fish pond) culture
April 1-30 ~ Welo, Hula
May 1-30 ~ Ikiiki, Hana Lei (lei making)