09/22/23-CAMPSITES AT PEACOCK FLATS AND KUAOKALĀ TRAIL TO BE CLOSED DURING MĀKAHA BRIDGE CLOSURE REPAIRS
The Community Wildfire Defense Grant (CWDG) Program is offering funding to assist communities to prevent, plan, and mitigate for wildfire risks. Grants prioritize communities in areas identified as having high or very high wildfire hazard… Read More »
Two grant opportunities are now open and accepting applications: Landscape Scale Restoration Grants and Wildland-Urban Interface Grants. The two grants are listed in the same Request for Information (RFI) listing on the Hawaii Awards &… Read More »
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INPUT SOUGHT FOR MANAGEMENT OF KĪPAHULU FOREST RESERVE ON MAUI Online platform streamlines community participation (KAUPŌ, MAUI) –Management efforts on the southeast slopes of Haleakalā aim to gradually restore the native forest ecosystem of Maui’s… Read More »
2023 is a big year for our small snails. Check out events and opportunities to get involved in the Year of the Kāhuli.
Governor Josh Green M.D. today issued a proclamation declaring 2023, the Year of the Kāhuli. These colorful native tree snails are not your garden variety type, but species that used to inhabit virtually every ecosystem across the state and have played a significant role in the natural and cultural life of Hawai‘i.
Celebrating Lehua Island through Art Forestry and Wildlife is partnering with Island Conservation and the Kaua’i Society of Artists to host an art show focused on the natural beauty, native species, and the powerful mana… Read More »
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