Legacy Land Conservation Commission
About the Legacy Land Conservation Commission (Updated November 20, 2018)
The Legacy Land Conservation Commission is a nine-member State commission created by Act 254, SLH 2006, to advise the Board of Land and Natural Resources on projects proposed for funding under HRS, Chapter 173A (Acquisition of Resource Value Lands). Guided by the statutory priorities of HRS, section 173A-2.6, the Commission conducts a grant application process, public review of applications, and decision making with staff support from the Legacy Land Conservation Program, Division of Forestry and Wildlife.
The Commission has one vacancy (member of an environmental organization) with two more vacancies opening soon.
Now is the time to apply with the Governor’s office to serve on the Legacy Land Conservation Commission.
Please visit the State Boards and Commissions website at http://boards.hawaii.gov, or call the Legacy Land Conservation Program office for more information, 808.586.0921.
*See Section 173A-2.4, Hawaii Revised Statutes
Forms, Documents & Links
- State Information Practices guidance on Sunshine Law (“Open Meetings Law”)
- State Ethics Office website
- Some Hawai‘i laws governing the operation of the Legacy Land Conservation Commission:
Meeting Agenda & Minutes
December 7-8, 2017: Agenda 58 ||
December 7, 2017: Agenda 57 ||
October 5, 2017: Agenda 56 ||
May 8, 2017: Agenda 55 ||
December 12-13, 2016: Agenda 54 ||