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Founded 1959 - Honolulu, HI

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GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Hawaii Congressional Senators and Representatives:

The Honorable Brian Schatz
United States Senator
G11 Dirkson Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

The Honorable Mazie Hirono
United States Senator
B40E Dirkson Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

The Honorable Colleen Hanabusa
United States House of Representatives
422 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515

The Honorable Tulsi Gabbard
United States House of Representatives
502 Cannon House Office Bldg
Washington, D.C. 20515

The Honorable David Ige
Governor, State of Hawai`i
Executive Chambers
State Capitol
Honolulu, Hawai`i  96813
Phone: 808-586-0034
Fax: 808-586-0006

Office of Hawaiian Relations, www.doi.gov
1849 C Street NW (MS 3543)
Washington, D.C. 20240
(202) 513-0712
Fax (202) 208-3698
e-mail:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Office of Hawaiian Relations was authorized by Congress in Public Law 108-199 on January 23, 2004 and in Public Law 104-42 on November 2, 1995.  The office discharges the Secretary of Interior’s responsibilities for matters related to Native Hawaiians and serves as a conduit for the Department’s field activities in Hawaii.

Office of Hawaiian Affairs, http://www.oha.org
Office of Hawaiian Affairs
711 Kapiolani Blvd, Suite 500
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Phone:  (808) 594-1835
Fax:  (808) 594-1865
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OHA is a state agency managed by elected Native Hawaiian trustees, providing programs for  the betterment of the Hawaiian community.

Dept of Hawaiian Home Lands/Hawaiian Homes Commission, www.state.hi.us/dhhl
Hale Kalaniana’ole
91-5420 Kapolei Parkway
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Phone:  620-9590
Fax:  620-9599

The Hawaiian Homes Commission provides for the rehabilitation of the Native Hawaiian people through a government-sponsored homesteading program.  Native Hawaiians are defined as individuals having at least 50 percent Hawaiian blood.  The Department provides direct benefits to native Hawaiians in the form of 99-year homestead leases.  The intent of the program is to provide economic self-sufficiency of native Hawaiians through the provision of land.  Other benefits provided by the HHC Act include financial assistance through direct loans or loan guarantees for home construction, replacement, or repair, and for the development of farms and ranches, technical assistance to farmers and ranchers; and the operation of water systems.

Dept of Land and Natural Resources

State Historic Preservation Division, www.state.hi.us
Kakuhihewa Building, 601 Kamokila Blvd., Suite 555, Kapolei, Hawai`i, 96707
Ph: (808) 692-8015
Fax: (808) 692-8020

The State Historic Preservation Division of DLNR works to preserve and sustain reminders of earlier times which link the past to the present.  SHPD's three branches, History and Culture, Archaeology, and Architecture, strive to accomplish this goal through a number of different activities.  The division's statewide  Inventory of Historic Properties contains information on more than 38,000 historic sites in Hawai`i. Reviews of development projects are the primary means of lessening the effects of change on our historic and cultural assets. The  Burial Sites Program, the  Certified Local Government Program, the  National Main Street Program, the  Historic Preserves Program, maintenance of the  Hawai`i and National Register of Historic Places, SHPD’s  Information and Education Program, and  Inter-agency Archaeological Services, are designed to promote the use and maintenance of historic properties for the education, inspiration, pleasure and enrichment of Hawai`i's citizens and visitors.  Links to these various programs are available at the State Historic Preservation Division website.  Also, contains links to other island State Historic Preservation Division contacts.