The U.S. Department of the Interior, in cooperation with the State of Hawai‘i's Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, is conducting a boundary survey of Hawaiian home lands, including the exterior boundaries and boundaries of inholdings.
Trust Land Boundary Surveys:
Scope of Work (What type of work is included in a survey?)
The Department of the Interior and its contractors will seek to identify and mark the exterior boundaries of each homestead area (not individual lots) by identifying and marking the exterior boundary lines of the homestead (e.g., Nanakuli, Waimanalo, Waianae, etc...). This is accomplished by:
These Federal Authority boundaries will be defended by the United States and can be relied upon by Federal agencies and courts. They will support keeping Hawaiian home lands intact and the protection of, and investments in, the Hawaiian Home Lands Trust.
Homesteads Currently Being Surveyed
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