Fisheries and Stewardship: Lessons from Native Hawaiian Aquaculture (Fall 2022)
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“Hawai‘i is home to some of the first known aquaculture practices in the Pacific. Loko i‘a (fishponds) are an advanced, extensive form of aquaculture found nowhere else in the world. While techniques of herding or trapping adult fish in shallow tidal areas, in estuaries, and along their inland migration can be found around the globe, Hawaiians developed loko i‘a that are technologically unique.”
by Brenda Asuncion, Miwa Tamanaha, Kevin K. J. Chang, and Kim Moa