Ala Kahakai Trail Association (ATA)
E Mau Nā Ala Hele (E Mau)
Programs — During the pandemic, the ATA continued taking small groups of hikers along the trail in accordance with State restrictions for gatherings.
Signs — ATA maintained signs and replaced lost markers, with the help of the Department of Hawaiian Homelands, to protect a section of trail on DHHL lands in Kau.
Land — ATA is in the process of closing on 1,300 acres at Kaunamano and working on acquiring an easement on 380 acres.
Board — ATA welcomed two new members, increasing the board from 6 to 8.