Blue Zones Project – East Hawai‘i includes Hilo, Kea‘au, Na‘alehu, Pāhala, Pāhoa, and Volcano on the Big Island. Since launching in fall 2015, East Hawai‘i has put on many events for its residents, encouraging them to move naturally and eat wisely by making small changes in their environment. East Hawai‘i became a Certified Blue Zones Community in December 2019.
Blue Zones Project – North Hawai‘i includes Honoka‘a/Pauilo, Laupāhoehoe, Kohala, Waikōloa, and Waimea on the Big Island. Following its launch in fall 2015, North Hawai‘i has made a positive impact on community well-being. North Hawai‘i became a Certified Blue Zones Community in December 2019.
Launched in spring 2017, Blue Zones Project – West Hawai‘i includes Hōnaunau, Kailua-Kona, Kealakekua/Captain Cook, Keauhou, Miloli‘i, and Ocean View on the Big Island. West Hawai‘i became a Certified Blue Zones Community in March 2020 and rounded out community certifications for the entire Hawai‘i island.
Launched in fall 2017, Blue Zones Project – Central Maui includes Kahului and Wailuku on the island of Maui. Demonstrating the community’s commitment to well-being, Central Maui became a Certified Blue Zones Community in March 2020.
Blue Zones Project – Kapolei-‘Ewa launched in late 2017 and has since energized local organizations, schools, restaurants, grocery stores, residents, and volunteers to improve community well-being for generations to come. Kapolei-‘Ewa became a Certified Blue Zones Community in December 2021.
Blue Zones Project – Ko‘olaupoko includes Kailua, Kāne‘ohe, and Waimānalo on the island of O‘ahu. After its launch in fall 2015, Ko‘olaupoko has encouraged its residents to adopt a Blue Zones Project lifestyle by offering various cooking, gardening, and purpose workshops.
Blue Zones Project – Mānoa-Makiki-McCully-Mō‘ili‘ili (4M) launched their well-being initiatives at the beginning of 2018. Whether you’re walking, biking, or simply cruising through the area, you’re sure to see the smiling faces of healthy, happy, and active individuals! 4M became a Certified Blue Zones Community in March 2021.
Blue Zones Project – Wahiawā launched their well-being journey in early 2018. Wa hi awa means “place of noise,” referencing the heavy surf that can be heard there. Whether it’s surfing, walking, or gardening, you’re sure to see Wahiawā residents moving naturally throughout their community! Wahiawā became a Certified Blue Zones Community in March 2021.