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2015 – Kauluwehi Lei Contest

Posted on Feb 18, 2015 in featured, Main

Kauluwehi – A Lei Contest Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW), Hawai‘i Island Natural Area Reserves (NARS), the Three Mountain Alliance (TMA), and the Wailoa Arts and Cultural Center are proud to present Kauluwehi, a… Read More »

Logging operations begin in the Koke'e area of Kauai begin this month. Crews will be felling, removing and trucking an estimated 15,000 tons of trees burned in a series of fires during the summer of 2012. In this video, representatives from the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife discuss this project along with the contract logging company, Woodward and Companies. This video was produced from a public informational meeting held in Kekaha on Feb. 11, 2015.

Legacy Land Conservation Video

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 in featured

Legacy Land Conservation Program Many of Hawai‘i’s cultural, natural, agricultural, historical, and recreational resources are lost when private lands possessing these resources are sold and developed. The Legacy Land Conservation Program provides grants to local… Read More »

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    In early June, a team of 10 young people from across the US flew to Hawaii to complete their final project in a year-long adventure of learning and professional development with the National… Read More »

The public is invited to comment on the Draft Master Plan for Kawainui-Hamakua Marsh now through June 30th. Please submit all comments regarding the Draft Master Plan by June 30, 2014 to email: [email protected] Limited CD… Read More »

How To Test For Fire Ants

Posted on Jun 19, 2014 in Announcements, featured

A small infestation of the invasive little fire ant (LFA) was confirmed in late May and has been undergoing treatment at a hotel in Wailea, Maui. The Maui Invasive Species Committee (MISC) detected the infestation, which was confirmed by the Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA).

The Koloa Project

Posted on Jun 9, 2014 in Announcements, featured, Wildlife

To address the koloa’s future, the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) is collaborating with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the University of Hawaii Pacific Studies Cooperative Unit on The Koloa Project. The project attempts to provide steps that will ensure its ultimate survival as one of three remaining native waterfowl species in Hawaii (the others being the Hawaiian nene or goose, and Laysan duck).

In 2012 a series of wildfires burned across state lands, including Forest Reserves and Natural Area Reserves on Kauai. These fires scorched more than 3000 acres of land and represent one of the most significant… Read More »