In 2016 we will celebrate Haleakalā National Park’s Centennial as part of the National Park Service.
Our new Centennial logo celebrates this history and also honors the generations of people who have cared for Haleakalā.
Here is what the logo symbolizes:
The ti leaf is a symbol of protection. Here, it represents countless generations who have cared for Haleakalā. In 1916, the National Park Service joined in the stewardship of this land, which provides homes for species found nowhere else on earth and supports Native Hawaiian stories, sites, and traditions that link the present to the past and future.
He mau makana kēia i nāu i na kō makou kūpuna. (These are the gifts to you from our elders).