An aerial photo of Kaʻena Point with the words Education resources from the Hawaiʻi Department of Land and Natural Resources

The Department of Land and Natural Resources works on a large range of topics. Educational resources about our work are provided by our DLNR divisions, including Aquatic Resources, Forestry and Wildlife, State Parks, and Hunter Education (which is managed by our Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement). Click below to find resources related to your interests.

Aquatic Resources Education

The Aquatic Resources Education pages include posters and reference materials for kids and teachers, and educational materials for fishing.  

Forestry & Wildlife Education

The Division of Forestry & Wildlife provides a broad scope of educational content for interested users as well as educators. Visit our education pages for:

  • Scheduling service trips or classroom presentations
  • Online content that brings the experience of exploring Hawaiʻi’s forests to you, including videos, engaging StoryMaps, and virtual tours
  • Downloadable activities, including native species finger puppets, masks and headbands, and even an ʻōhiʻa board game
  • Resources for educators, including links to partner curricula and lesson plans, teachers’ guides, and free classroom posters
  • Professional development opportunities for educators through Project Learning Tree workshops

Hunter Education

Visit our Go Hunt Hawaiʻi portal to register for Hunter Education Classes.

State Parks Education

Visit the State Parks Education pages to find information about Hawaiʻi parks and events. The site also include archaeological and historical information.