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122 results found in "Invasive Species Removal"

‘Āhihi-Kīna’u Natural Area Reserve

‘Ahihi-Kina’u is Hawaii’s first Natural Area Reserve. It is the only NAR to contain land and marine components. Fragile anchialine ponds, unique...

‘Aimakapā Fishpond and Wetlands

‘Aimakapā is the largest natural pond and wetland system (~30 acres) on Hawai‘i Island’s Kona Coast and is located at the makai edge of the Honok...

American Bird Conservancy

American Bird Conservancy works on restoring habitat and protecting Palila on Mauna Kea, restoring habitat and translocating Kiwikiu on Haleakalā...

Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden

This twelve acre site is landscaped with native plants and Polynesian crops to reflect the farms and forests of Kona in the time before foreign c...

Big Island Invasive Species Committee

The Big Island Invasive Species Committee (BIISC) is a project of the University of Hawaiʻi Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit. We are a voluntary...

Botanical Society of America Student Chapter at UH Manoa

The Botanical Society of America Student Chapter at UH Manoa is operated for scientific and educational purposes to promote botany, the field of...

Camp Pālehua

Camp Pālehua is part of 1,600 acres of conservation and ag land. The landowners are committed to protecting the natural environment, cultural sit...

Clean Water Honolulu

City & County of Honolulu's Storm Water Management Program Provides information to homeowners, industries, educators and volunteers on how they...

Conservation Connections Job Manager

The Hawai'i Conservation Alliance (HCA) is a collaboration of conservation leaders representing twenty-five government, cultural, educational, an...

Coral Reef Alliance

In the midslope region of Wahikuli and Honokowai Watersheds of West Maui, CORAL and partners are restoring streams to reduce the amount of sedime...

Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP)

Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) Project has implemented mitigation and monitoring activities for endangered species required for the DKI...

Diamond Head State Monument

Diamond Head State Monument, Hawaii's most recognized landmark, is known for its historic hiking trail, stunning coastal views, and military hist...

Division of Forestry and Wildlife

Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife

East Maui Watershed Partnership

The mission of East Maui Watershed Partnership (EMWP) is to protect the watershed from degradation by protecting native forests and their compone...

Freeman Seabird Preserve

The Freeman Seabird Preserve is a one-acre property at Black Point on the southern coast of Oahu that is being restored to a native coastal seabi...

Guam National Wildlife Refuge

The Refuge assists in protecting native species and habitats and protects significant cultural resources of the Chamorro people.

Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge

Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1985 to protect and manage endangered Hawaiian forest birds and their rain forest habi...

Hakipu'u Stream Restoration

Started in the summer of 2012, this project is working to remove invasive species from Hakipu'u head-water spring areas and reforest with native...

Haleakala National Parks

Haleakala National Park volunteers-in-parks (VIP) program supports 300+ volunteers each year. Last fiscal year, volunteers gave 22,000 hours in...

Hamakua Marsh Watershed

Help maintain and improve a native forest planted on the watershed of Hamakua Marsh by school children. Learn about native plants and observe th...