Kamaliʻi Park
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A little park with big potential…

Kamaliʻi Mini Park, a triangular parcel of land at Pali & Beretania in downtown Honolulu, is getting some extra attention.

Kamaliʻi Park birds-eye view

Food Forest Pilot Project

breadfruit (ulu) bunch on branchesA citizens working group organized through Transition Oahu has developed a plan for a “food forest” pilot project at Kamaliʻi Park, which would feature beautiful, food-bearing perennials and trees. Last year, the City Council budgeted funds to start the project. More »

Adopt-a-Park Project

Pacxa President and CEO Gordon Bruce pitches in to clean up Kamaliʻi ParkPacxa, a downtown business, is teaming up with the community and the City & County to clean and beautify Kamaliʻi Park. The company is committed to maintaining the park on a quarterly basis. More »

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