Common Ground Kauai
H. P. Faye
Andy Irons
Eric Alfred Knudsen
Island Air

See also


Knowledge Identifier: $Kauai



Geologically the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands add

Category: Civil society (300)

Launched in -5000.

Countries: United States (77%), United Kingdom (10%), (7%)

Main connections: Hawaii, Common Ground Kauai, H. P. Faye

Linked to: Kapiolani Community College, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Russian-American Company, United States Census Bureau




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William Halford - After great suffering, and 31 days at sea, the party reached Kauai Island December 19, 1870


Queen Emma of Hawaii - The Emalani festival, "Eo e Emalani i Alakai" held in October on the island of Kauai in Koke'e State Park celebrates an 1871 visit


H. P. Faye - Faye arrived on Kauai in the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1880


H. P. Faye - In 1886, when Faye's first crop was ready for harvesting, he rented Chinese laborers from Leong Pah On, Kauai's "Rice King," to harvest the cane


H. P. Faye - Faye married Margaret Bonnar Lindsay on December 21, 1893, at Moloaa, Kauai


Eric Alfred Knudsen - He established a trust in 1922 to provide stewardship over from Mount Kahili to Poipu Beach on the south side of Kauai


Pablo Manlapit - So strong was his influence among his countrymen that Manlapit was implicated in the violent September, 1924 strike on Kauai -- later known as the Hanapepe Massacre -- even though he wasn't there


Georgia O'Keeffe - She arrived in Honolulu February 8, 1939, aboard the SS "Lurline", and spent nine weeks in Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the island of Hawaii


Eric Alfred Knudsen - Knudsen died February 12, 1957 in Lihue on Kauai


Brad Dexter - Dexter's relationship with singer and actor Frank Sinatra began when Dexter saved the singer from drowning on May 10, 1964, during production of the World War II film, "None But the Brave", on the island of Kauai in Hawaii


Tom Morey - Morey has been an adherent of the Bahá'í Faith since 1970 after he came across a 'unity feast' at a Kauai beach, where "whites, blacks and Hawaiians, mixed cordially" "After a couple of months of attending informal meetings on Bahá'í teachings - I realized this was very something important not to toy with; rather to become immersed in


Common Ground Kauai - In 1977, with sugar cane gone, C. Brewer & Co. constructed large shallow ponds and began growing freshwater prawns in the area around what is now Common Ground Kauai


Island Air - It began scheduled services on September 9, 1980, between Honolulu and Princeville, Kauai using two de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter STOL capable turboprop aircraft


Todd Rundgren - The Woodstock complex became Rundgren's base until his eventual relocation to the Hawaiian island of Kauai in the 1990s


Mark Steines - He married former "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent and Miss America 1993 Leanza Cornett on the island of Kauai on July 22, 1995


Vic Briggs - In 1993, Briggs and his family relocated to the Hawaiian island of Kauai, where he had a radio show for a period of time


Common Ground Kauai - In 1996, Brewer sold the plantation land to Kauai resident John Ferry


Bryan J. Baptiste - He served as mayor of the County of Kauai in Hawaii from 2002 until his death


Bethany Hamilton - On October 31, 2003, at age 13, Bethany Hamilton went for a morning surf along Tunnels Beach, Kauai with best friend Alana Blanchard and Alana's father Holt and brother Bryan


Christopher Moore (author) - As of June 2006, Moore has been living in San Francisco, California, after a few years' residence on the island of Kauai, Hawaii


In 2007, 1,271,000 people visited Kauai add something


The film is based on the 2007 novel by the Hawaiian writer Kaui Hart Hemmings add something


James Shields (baseball) - They married in November 2007 in Kauai, Hawaii


Andy Irons - Irons married Lyndie Dupuis on November 25, 2007 in Princeville, Kauai


Common Ground Kauai - Jaeb launched Common Ground Kauai in 2008 to promote sustainability, community self-reliance, and personal health


The 2010 census population of Kauai was 67,091, with the largest town by population being Kapaa add something


Common Ground Kauai - In September of 2010, Common Ground Kauai opened The Garden Café a field to table restaurant focused on creating highly nutritious meals from local organic ingredients at market prices


Just Go with It - The film was shot in Los Angeles and the Hawaiian islands of Maui and Kauai between March 2, 2010 and May 25, 2010


Andy Irons - A memorial service was held November 14, 2010 in Hanalei Bay, Kauai


Andy Irons - Lyndie gave birth to their son, Andy Axel Irons, in Kauai on the opening day of the Pipeline Masters in Memory of Andy Irons, December 8, 2010


"The Descendants", a film by Alexander Payne released in November 2011 and featuring George Clooney as lead actor, has major parts shot in Kauai, where the main character and his cousins own ancestral lands which they are considering selling add something


Shwayze - Shwayze and Shelby Keeton got married on the beach in Kauai on February 13th of 2012.


Shwayze - Shwayze and Keeton married on the beach in Kauai, Hawaii, on February 13, 2012


Jurassic World - On May 2, 2013, Trevorrow tweeted a picture of Kauai taken during location scouting with the caption "Nublar", the name of the island in the original film


Jurassic World - Filming moved to Kauai on May 15, 2014, and concluded there on June 6, 2014


Island Air - On April 29, 2015, Island Air announced it would be eliminating Honolulu service to Kauai beginning June 1 and reducing daily frequency by more than half on its Lanai route starting on that date


Scenes from the 2016 comedy film "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates" were filmed add something


In March 2017, KIUC opened a 13 MW / 52 MWh battery next to the 12 MW Kapaia solar plant for 13,9¢/kWh add something


A 2018 project for 28 MW solar with 20 MW / 100 MWh batteries is priced at 11¢/kWh add something


In December 2018, KIUC opened a AES Distributed Energy project for 20 MW solar with 20 MW / 100 MWh batteries priced at 11,1¢/kWh add something