Interview with Keoki Freeland at the Masters' Reading Room Lāhainā 12/8/2005 tape 4
Continued from title 27518, interview with Keoki Freeland recorded in Lāhainā at the Masters' Reading Room on December 8, 2005 for the documentary "Lahaina: Waves of Change." Freeland, the Exectutive Director of the Lāhainā Restoration Foundation, talks about how he thinks Mokuʻula is the most significant site in Hawaiʻi; agriculture after the plantation era and water issues; and why it's important to preserve the history of Lāhainā even with tourism being a major part of the town.
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