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- 05/19/22-COMMUNITY-DRIVEN EFFORT TO PROTECT POLOLŪ VALLEY MOVING FORWARD(Pololū Valley, Hawai‘i Island) – “Everyone is recognizing the overuse of Pololū and the community wanting to do something about it,” begins Jackson Bauer.
- 05/16/22-RACE TO SAVE HAWAIIAN HONEYCREEPERS BOLSTERED BY $14 MILLION IN FEDERAL INFRASTRUCTURE AID(HONOLULU) – Significant federal dollars are headed to Hawai‘i to help address the extinction crisis facing at least four species of native Hawaiian birds. An unprecedented $14 million for Hawai‘i ecosystem restoration is included in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, described as a major investment in the conservation and stewardship of America’s public lands.
- 05/12/22-FIRST HOURS OF DIAMOND HEAD RESERVATION SYSTEM ARE RELATIVELY SMOOTH(HONOLULU) – An estimated 40% of the people who showed up at Diamond Head State Monument early this morning did not have reservations. Today, is the first of a new “adaptive management” plan to improve visitor experiences at one of O‘ahu’s most popular natural attractions.
- 04/28/22-LOCAL STUDENTS CREATE OUTSTANDING VIDEOS INSPIRED BY HAWAIʻI FORESTS(HONOLULU) – How do forests in Hawaiʻi inspire you? This was the question answered by dozens of students across the state who submitted entries in the ʻŌlelo Youth Xchange video competition under the category “Forest Inspired.”
- 04/28/22-REMINDER TO REPORT WASHED UP MARINE DEBRIS(HONOLULU) -- Derelict and discarded fishing nets and other marine debris are hazardous to marine life and have entangled, and in some cases killed, many of marine endangered species in Hawai‘i such as whales, monk seals and sea turtles.
- 04/27/22-2022-2023 HAWAI‘I HUNTING STAMP CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED(Honolulu) – Winners of the 2022-2023 Hawai‘i Wildlife Conservation and Game Bird Stamp Art Contest were announced this week by the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW). DOFAW would like to thank all the wildlife artists that submitted entries for this year’s contest. A committee reviewed all submissions, and two winners were chosen
- 04/26/22-ATTRACTING ENDANGERED SEABIRDS TO A TINY ISLAND(Kīlauea, Kaua‘i) – Seabirds nesting on three-acre Moku‘ae‘ae Island, just off Kīlauea Point, have one of the best views of natural and manmade features in Hawai‘i. The iconic Kīlauea Point Lighthouse is in full-view atop the rugged cliffs, often inhabited by thousands of seabirds.
- 04/26/22-NEW DASHBOARD PUTS ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP PROJECTS ON THE MAP(Honolulu) - Who takes care of the landscapes and seascapes across Hawaiʻi? Where do stewardship projects overlap, and where are there gaps? To address these questions, the Kaulunani Urban and Community Forestry Program, a DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) program announces the launch of the online interactive Stewardship Mapping and Assessment Project (STEW-MAP).
- 04/25/22-DIAMOND HEAD STATE MONUMENT BECOMES THIRD STATE PARK TO REQUIRE RESERVATIONS FOR OUT-OF-STATE VISITORS(HONOLULU) – Listed as a National Natural Landmark, the iconic Lē‘ahi - Diamond Head State Monument (DHSM), is the third park unit in the Hawai‘i State Park system to require advanced reservations for out-of-state visitors, beginning on May 12, 2022. Hawai‘i residents continue to enjoy free access without reservations, but entry may depend on parking availability.
- 04/21/22-HEARING TO BE HELD ON THE RECOMMENDED DESIGNATION OF THE LAHAINA AQUIFER AS A SURFACE AND GROUND WATER AREA(Honolulu) – The Commission on Water Resource Management (CWRM) will be holding a public hearing to receive testimony on the recommendation to designate the Lahaina Aquifer Sector, Maui as a Surface Water and Ground Water Management Area in accordance with Hawaii Revised statutes.