Maunakea Management Receives Award For Outstanding Preservation Efforts

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The Office of Maunakea Management received the 2017 Preservation Commendation Award during The Historic Hawaiʻi Foundation’s 43rd Annual Preservation Honor Award Ceremony held last Friday.

Pictured Back Row L to R: Greg Chun, Doug Simmons, Greg Mooers, Maunakea Management Board; Dennis Grosser, Pacific Consulting Services
Front Row L to R: Tom Chun, Kahu Ku Mauna; Darcy Yogi & Stephanie Nagata, Office of Maunakea Management; Steve Clark, Pacific Consulting Services; Gunther Hasinger, Institute for Astronomy. Photo Courtesy

The foundation’s awards are Hawaiʻi’s highest recognition of preservation, rehabilitation, restoration and interpretation of the state’s architectural, archaeological and cultural heritage.

The 2017 Preservation Commendation was presented to the Office of Maunakea Management, Maunakea Management Board, Kahu Ku Mauna- a volunteer council comprised of Hawaiian cultural resource persons who serve as advisors, and Pacific Consulting Services for outstanding preservation efforts related to the Long-Term Historic Property Monitoring Plan for UH Managed Lands on Mauna Kea.


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