[WEBINAR] The Season of Kū
DATE: MAY 16 @ 2PM EST
PRESENTER: Hi’ilani Shibata, Cultural Trainer
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The end of the Makahiki season ushers in the beginning of the season of Kū. Kū is known in the Native Hawaiian belief system as the god of war, politics, farming and fishing. Kū begins near the springtime and is a time of maintenance of tools and resources, and also a time for creation and planting both physically and figuratively. It is also a time of tending and mālama (to take care of /care for), when kanaka (man) engages in his relationships with others and his natural environment.