Tomorrow: Sources and Credits

Tomorrow: Contents
General Plan Map from Planning Department, County of Kaua'i
Assessment by David Boynton
Restoration by P.M.Cockett
Tomorrow: General Plan
General Plan Maps from Planning Department, County of Kaua'i
Grove Farm Master Plan from Grove Farm, Kaua'i
Hulemalu and Niumalu aerials by David Boynton, photographer, and pilot Casey Reinerof Jack Harter Helicopters
Hule'ia aerial By Randy Wichman
Kawika's students by Dennis Chun
Tomorrow: Assessment
How bad is it? by David Boynton
Small Boat Harbor by David Boynton
Tomorrow: Restoration
Hule'ia Stream by P.M.Cockett
Interrupted Stream by Adam Asquith
100% Diversion by Adam Asquith
Mud Plaque by P.M.Cockett
Harbor Flow by David Boynton, photographer, and pilot Casey Reinerof Jack Harter Helicopters
Upper Reach by P.M.Cockett
Headline by John Schlegel
Best Management at Wal-Mart photos by P.M.Cockett
Cultural Element by P.M.Cockett
Watershed Festival by P.M.Cockett
Community Members by P.M.Cockett
Malama by P.M.Cockett
Only Talk by P.M.Cockett
No people by P.M.Cockett
Niumalu Dunes. Photographer: Theodore P. Severin
Photo courtesy of the Bishop Museum
Wiliwili at Nawiliwili by P.M.Cockett

Don Heacock, "Hawaiian Stream Ecosystems: 140 years of change, present conditions, and the future of stream conservation and restoration" Proceeding of the 76th Conference, Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies July 1996

Michael H. Kido, "Aquatic Species Survey and Biological Assessment of Lihu'e, Kaua'i Streams Intersected by Kamuali'i Highway, Lihu'e to west of Maluhia Road (Koloa)" January 1999

Planning Department, County of Kauai, "Kaua'i General Plan" April 2000

M.K. Smith and M. Pai, "The ahupua'a concept: learning coastal resource management from ancient Hawaiians" NAGA (ICLARM Quarterly), April 1992.

Carol Wilcox, “Sugar Water” Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 1996.


EPA River Corridor and Wetland restoration
Hawai'i Stream Research Center
Commission on Water Resource Management Links
Design Paradise. Homegrown and award winning - Land use background and excellent game.
Native Hawaiians for the preservation of ecosystems
Native Hawaiian Advisory Council - Water Rights
Ahupua'a today on the Virtual Taro Patch.
The Global Rivers Environmental Education Network (GREEN)
International Rivers Network - the world view.
River of Words: an international children's art and poetry program

Created June 2001