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- 09/18/18 – POHOIKI BOAT RAMP COULD BE USED AGAIN…BIG MAYBEDEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES News Release DAVID Y. IGE GOVERNOR SUZANNE D. CASE CHAIRPERSON For Immediate News Release September 18, 2018 POHOIKI BOAT RAMP COULD BE USED AGAIN…BIG MAYBE Kīlauea Created Dramatic Landscape Changes on Hawai‘i Island Coastline […]
- 09/16/18 – Hawaii’s National Hunting And Fishing Day Recognized Contributions Of Sportsmen And Women(HONOLULU) – The contributions of hunters and fishers to conservation were again recognized nationally and in Hawai‘i during National Hunting and Fishing Day events. This was Hawai‘i’s 28th year of recognizing the event and for the first-time activities were scheduled over two separate weekends.
- 09/14/18 -BOATING DIVISION ADVISING HONOKŌHAU BOAT OWNERS TO MAKE NEW ARRANGEMENTS(Kailua-Kona) – More than 300 boat owners at Hawai‘i island’s Honokōhau Small Boat Harbor are being advised by the DLNR Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR) to contact the new operator of the harbor’s dry marine storage facility. Pacific Marine Partners LLC (dba Honokōkau Marine Storage) assumes operations of the nine-acre boat storage lot on Nov. 1, 2018 following the termination of a revocable permit (RP) by the Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) in August.
- 09/14/18 – SIGHTS AND SOUNDS USED TO TRAIN ʻALALĀ TO AVOID PREDATORS AFTER RELEASE(Hilo) – Anyone close to a flight aviary in the Pu‘u Maka‘āla Natural Area Reserve (NAR) recently would surely have wondered about all the ruckus. The distinctive calls of the ʻAlalā (native Hawaiian crows) fill the air, along with the screech of Kapono, the Panaʻewa Rainforest Zoo’s resident ‘Io (native Hawaiian hawk).
- 09/13/18- UPDATE ON STATUS OF STATE FOREST AND STATE PARK REOPENINGS/CLOSURES POST-OLIVIADLNR encourages people to remain vigilant for hazards associated with wind and heavy rainfall. Please report any downed trees, or trail washouts, etc. on the Division of Forestry and Wildlife Na Ala Hele Trails website at https://hawaiitrails.hawaii.gov/trails/#/
- 09/12/18- MOST STATE PARKS AND FOREST LANDS REOPEN TOMORROW AS OLIVIA DEPARTSDEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES News Release DAVID Y. IGE GOVERNOR SUZANNE D. CASE CHAIRPERSON For Immediate News Release September 12, 2018 MOST STATE PARKS AND FOREST LANDS REOPEN TOMORROW AS OLIVIA DEPARTS Some Openings Delayed for Drying and Assessment (Honolulu) – The majority of Hawai‘i State Parks and lands under the jurisdiction of […]
- 09/12/18 – FERAL GOAT, SHEEP, AND PIG HUNT AND UNGULATE CONTROL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED FOR THE PU‘U WA‘AWA‘A FOREST RESERVEHILO -- The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) announces a make-up date for hunters impacted by the cancellation of the Pu‘u Wa‘awa‘a Forest Reserve Youth and Disabled and Makai archery hunt for the weekend of August 25-26, 2018 due to Hurricane Lane. The make-up dates are Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30, 2018.
- 09/10/18 – STATE PARKS AND FORESTS CLOSING IN ADVANCE OF HURRICANE OLIVIA(Honolulu) – All Hawai‘i island and Maui Nui lands under the jurisdiction of the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) are closing at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. The closures are in advance of Hurricane Olivia which is approaching Hawai‘i now. DLNR Chair Suzanne Case explained, “This is standard operating procedure for our publicly accessible lands and is a prudent approach to keep everyone out of harm’s way during these hurricanes and tropical storm events. We know it may be an inconvenience for people, particularly those who have camping permits, but our top priority is keeping everyone…staff and visitors’ safe until the storm has passed.”
- 09/07/18 – MACKENZIE STATE RECREATION AREA TO REOPEN SATURDAY(Hilo) – The DLNR Division of State Parks, in consultation with other DLNR divisions and the Hawai‘i County Civil Defense Agency is reopening MacKenzie State Recreation Area (SRA) in Lower Puna on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018. The park had been closed since shortly after the beginning of the East Rift Zone eruption in early May.
- 09/06/18 – CLIMATE HERITAGE MOBILIZATION AIMS TO UNITE CULTURAL HERITAGE SECTOR FOR CLIMATE ACTION(Honolulu) - “Global climate change, especially sea level rise, is perhaps the biggest threat to cultural heritage in Hawai‘i, the Pacific and globally,” said Alan Downer, administrator of DLNR’s State Historic Preservation Division. Historic fishponds, petroglyphs, coastal trails and heiau are among the numerous archaeological sites in Hawai‘i which could be affected in coming years.