Hawaiian-language experts are working to preserve a centuryʻs worth of history locked in Hawaiʻi's Native-Language Newspaper Archive. We got exclusive access to the archives, thanks to our ʻohana and advisor on this project, Kamuela Yim. The archives contain thousands of newsprint pages, some dating to over 100 years back, that contain the history of the culture as documented by Hawaiian's. These archives could hold the key to a more sustainable future by looking back at a time where Hawaiʻi was fully reliant on home-grown resources.