Our Projects

Our Projects

Across the state, FSP supports over 50 projects with various management objectives, such as native forest restoration/conservation, agroforestry, and timber production. 

Interactive map of FSP projects:


Ola Honua

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Location: Kipahulu, Maui
Size: 121 acres
Year enrolled: 2005
Project goals:
-Native forest restoration
-Native wildlife habitat creation
-Sustainable agroforestry that incorporates both timber trees and understory agroforestry species



Kokua Kalihi Valley
Location: Kalihi Valley, O‘ahu
Size: 20 acres
Year enrolled: 2008
Project goals:
-Restoration of a native koa forest with a mixed understory of agroforestry species
-Community engagement through volunteer, educational, and cultural programs


Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative

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Location: Waikoloa, Hawai‘i
Size: 275 acres
Year enrolled: 2009
Project goals:
-Restoration of a native wiliwili dry forest  
-Protection of endangered dry forest species
-Community education and outreach



Hui Ku Maoli Ola
Location: He‘eia, O‘ahu
Size: 30 acres
Year enrolled: 2012
Project goals:
-Native species restoration and habitat improvement
-Enhance forest recreational opportunities
-Community outreach and education


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Waimea Valley, Hi‘ipaka LLC
Location: Waimea Valley, O‘ahu
Size: 101.5 acres
Year enrolled: 2015
Project goals:
-Conserve and restore mesic native forest and riparian areas
-Community outreach and education



Saiva Siddhanta
Location: Kapaa, Kaua‘i
Size: 80 acres
Year enrolled: 2014
Project goals:
-Convert non-native grassland to hardwood plantations of koa and mahagony
-Native forest restoration
-Provide a local seed source for wilt resistant koa


Haleakala Ranch

Location: Makawao, Maui
Size: 100 acres
Year enrolled: 2017
Project goals:
-Native forest restoration
-Develop a silvopastoral practice as a management tool for weed suppression and restoration
-Community outreach and education