In old Hawai‘i, the land was divided into separate moku , or districts. These land divisions were further subdivided into smaller sections, called ahupua‘a , which generally fl owed from mountain to sea and dictated how the land was managed. Each section had its own name and fi xed boundary lines. WAIPĀ is an ahupua‘a that’s managed by WAIPĀ FOUNDATION . This living learning center located on Kaua‘i’s North Shore off ers hands-on experiences, opportunities to explore the valley and even food tasting tours.