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Molokai Residents Riled By Possible Gate To Block Vehicles From Beach Courtesy: Molokai Properties Limited/2021

Molokai Residents Riled By Possible Gate To Block Vehicles From Beach

Molokai Ranch has been at odds with residents over land access before. This time, however, the ranch says it’s considering the step to protect a prized natural resource.

Who Is Killing The Monk Seals On Molokai? Courtesy: Todd Yamashita/2021

Who Is Killing The Monk Seals On Molokai?

At least two of the six endangered seals found dead on Molokai so far this year were killed by humans.

Molokai Has An Electricity Problem. This Co-Op Wants To Change That Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Molokai Has An Electricity Problem. This Co-Op Wants To Change That

A new co-op plans to reclaim some of its electricity ownership by bidding on a community-based renewable energy project.

Molokai’s Fabled Axis Deer Are Starving To Death In Droves Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Molokai’s Fabled Axis Deer Are Starving To Death In Droves

The crisis, triggered in part by drought, exposes rifts in the community and raises questions about how to manage the herd in the future.

Why Molokai Is The Least Developed Hawaiian Island Courtesy: Wade Graham

Why Molokai Is The Least Developed Hawaiian Island

Even centuries before Captain Cook’s arrival, its resources were exploited by outsiders.

Homegrown Teachers Are The Norm At Molokai High Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Homegrown Teachers Are The Norm At Molokai High

The school defies Hawaii’s revolving door of teachers at many isolated schools, with the vast majority staying more than five years.

Molokai Has the Most to Lose, But Least Say in GMO Debate PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Molokai Has the Most to Lose, But Least Say in GMO Debate

A November ballot initiative could shut down its biggest employers, but the island’s population is dwarfed by voters elsewhere in Maui County.

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