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- 12/19/18-STATE AND MARINE PROTECTION ORGANIZATIONS JOIN FORCES TO COMBAT ILLEGAL AQUARIUM COLLECTION(Honolulu) – Hawaii-based marine and animal protection organizations have joined forces with the Hawai‘i Dept. of Land and Natural Resources to make it easier for people to report illegal aquarium collecting activity across the state.
- 09/10/15 – Partnership Of Organizations To Survey Rat Population On Lehua IslandKAUAI COUNTY – The Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) has partnered with the conservation non-profit Island Conservation (IC) and a group of interested stakeholders to study the introduced population of rats on Lehua Island.
- 01/24/20-INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION RECOGNIZES MAUI DOCARE OFFICER(Honolulu) – A 22-year veteran of the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) was recognized today as “Hawai‘i Wildlife Officer of the Year” by Shikar-Safari Club International Foundation. The club and its foundation support educational projects nationwide and in Canada related to wildlife management, hunting and shooting sports.
- Partnership Of Organizations To Survey Rat Population On Lehua IslandKAUAI COUNTY – The Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) has partnered with the conservation non-profit Island Conservation (IC) and a group of interested stakeholders to study the introduced population of rats on Lehua Island.
- Hawaii Interagency Biosecurity Plan & 643pest.org Press ReleasePress Release: Joint DOA/DLNR News Release – First Year Update on State Biosecurity Plan & New Invasive Species App Date: January 29, 2018 Released By: Dan W. Dennison, Senior Communications Manager, DLNR DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES DAVID Y. IGE GOVERNOR SCOTT ENRIGHT DOA CHAIRPERSON SUZANNE D. CASE DLNR CHAIRPERSON FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE […]
- Brown Bag #20: 643pest.org – A New Web-based Tool For Invasive Species Reporting in HawaiiPresenter: Elizabeth Speith is the 643pest.org Report Facilitator and has been deeply involved with the creation of both the website and companion mobile app since its origins as a USGS Pacific Biological Information Node (PBIN) web project called “Report-A-Pest.” Summary: The 643Pest Network is the State of Hawaii’s system for the public to report invasive species sightings. […]
- Water Security Program, Act 172Act 172 requires the Department of Land and Natural Resources to establish a two-year pilot program for a Water Security Advisory Group [WSAG] to enable public-private partnerships that increase water security by providing matching state funds for projects and programs that will 1) increase the recharge of groundwater resources, 2) encourage the reuse of water […]
- Historic Preservation Month Calendar of EventsThe calendar below holds just a sampling of the vast array of events held in May to highlight preservation efforts across Hawai`i. If you are interested in one of the events below, simply click the link and you will be directed to more information. Contact information for each event has also been posted. PDF calendar […]
- Ballast WaterBackground and History On October 12, 2007, new rules were adopted to manage ballast water discharge from vessels operating in Hawaiian waters. The rules are intended to minimize introduction and spread of non-indigenous aquatic organisms into waters surrounding the Hawaiian Islands. The rules require vessels that carry ballast water to: Follow the state administrative rules for […]
- 02/22/17 – Heroes in the Fight Against Invasive Species HonoredHawaii’s 5th annual Hawaii Invasive Species Awareness Week (HISAW) starts today with a series of volunteer opportunities, and will end with a ceremony in Governor David Ige’s office to recognize people and organizations who’ve been instrumental in the fight against invasive species. HISAW is organized in coordination with the U.S. National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW) and regional Pacific Invasive Species Awareness efforts. The event promotes information sharing and public engagement in what the Hawaii State Legislature has declared "the single greatest threat to Hawaii's economy and natural environment and to the health and lifestyle of Hawaii's people." Events included a proclamation from Governor Ige, an awards ceremony, a student video contest, community presentations, and numerous volunteer opportunities throughout the state.