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- Commercial FishingCommercial Marine License Individuals or vessels engaged in taking, selling or offering for sale any marine life for commercial purposes (including charter fishing services) must obtain a Commercial Marine License. License fee $100. Dup. $10. Fishing Report Requirements “Commercial purpose” means the taking of marine life for profit or gain, or as a means of […]
- 07/31/14 – Central Maui Regional Sports Complex Breaks Ground – Facility to Meet Community Need for Recreational FacilitiesWAILUKU, Maui – Gov. Neil Abercrombie, Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui and Mayor Alan Arakawa today joined with Maui community leaders and sporting organizations to break ground for the new Central Maui Regional Sports Complex.
- Common Hawaiian CoralsEight species of Hawaiian Corals
- Commercial Marine LicenseApplies to Commercial fishers Fees $100 Required for Any person to take (catch or harvest) marine life for commercial purposes. Includes persons providing vessel charter services. Required Catch report Authority HRS 189-2,3 Where to Purchase Online, In person Related Online Services: Renew your license New license application Add a license type Submit a fishing report […]
- Coca-Cola Company Volunteers Continue Commitment to Watershed Protection(HONOLULU) – Nine employees of the Coca-Cola Company based in Hawai‘i played hooky from work today. They volunteered on behalf of the Ko‘olau Mountains Watershed Partnership (KMWP) by hiking up a trail on the west side of the mountain range in order to plant native koa. This was a continuation of The Coca-Cola Company’s nationwide commitment to replenish all water it uses in its bottling operations. There are two bottling plants on O‘ahu and last April the company announced it was donating $200,000 to KMWP for ungulate fencing that eventually will surround much of the sprawling Waiawa Watershed, which supplies drinking water to the majority of O‘ahu’s residents.
- 05/17/18 – State Water Commission Fines Maui Company For Unpermitted Construction; Defers Fines on Another Water Violation(HONOLULU) - The Commission on Water Resource Management (Commission), in a public meeting Tuesday, fined the Olowalu Water Company, Inc. (OWC) of Maui the maximum allowable fine of $1,500 (includes $500 administrative fine) for construction of a concrete dam/spillway on the Olowalu Stream without a permit.
- 02/28/14 – Nominating Committee To Review Water Commission ApplicantsHONOLULU –The nominating committee to the State Commission on Water Resource Management will meet at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, March 5, at the Kalanimoku State Office building, located at 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 227, to review personnel applications to fill a vacant seat on the State Water Commission. The selected nominee will serve a four-year term beginning July 1, 2014.
- BOARD APPROVES FIRST COMMUNITY BASED FISHERIES SUBSISTENCE AREA; Near Unanimous Support from Haena Community Results In Historic DecisionHONOLULU - The state Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) today unanimously approved Hawaii's first ever Community Based Fisheries Subsistence Area (CBFSA) rule package for Haena on the island of Kauai. BLNR Chairperson William Alia said, "This is an historic action, following years of work by the Haena community in collaboration with Dept. of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) staff. This rules package gives the Haena hui an opportunity to protect its fisheries, based on traditional and customary practices. Native Hawaiians knew how to practice sustainability in order to feed their ohanas. This is strong recognition by government that we cannot do it alone and community-based management and buy-in is critical to sustaining Hawaii's precious natural resources for now and future generations."
- Kawainui-Hāmākua Marsh Master Plan Project – Community Input Invited via Comments on Draft EIS and Public MeetingDEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES News Release DAVID Y. IGE GOVERNOR SUZANNE D. CASE CHAIRPERSON For Immediate News Release January 12, 2018 KAWAINUI-HĀMĀKUA MASTER PLAN PROJECT – COMMUNITY INPUT INVITED VIA COMMENTS ON DRAFT EIS AND PUBLIC MEETING HONOLULU — The Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW), in partnership […]
- 03/24/21-COMMUNITY INPUT SOUGHT ON STATEWIDE COMPREHENSIVE OUTDOOR RECREATION PLAN (Honolulu) – The DLNR Division of State Parks, in partnership with PBR HAWAII, invites the community to participate in updating Hawaiʻi’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP).