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101 results found in "Planting Natives"

'Ōhi'a Legacy Initiative

The vision of the 'Ōhia Legacy Initiative is to have the ‘Ōhi’a become a symbol of our Islands, to spread awareness of native plants, perpetuate...

‘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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Hawai'i Conservation Alliance

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

Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund- Hawaii Island

HAWAI'I WILDLIFE FUND is a non-profit organization dedicated to the CONSERVATION of Hawaii's native wildlife through research, education and advo...

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

The 330,000 acre Hawaii Volcanoes National Park provides ecosystem protection from the coast to the summit of Mauna Loa and represents one of the...

Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization

HWMO is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has been providing the Hawaiian Islands with nationally recognized wildfire protection services s...

Hawaii Wildlife Center

The Center is the only native wildlife response organization in the state and runs the Pacific Islands Region’s only state-of-the-art native wild...

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust (HILT) is a non-profit organization committed to working with private landowners, community groups, community leaders...

Hawea Heiau Complex and Keawawa wetland

Hawea heiau complex and Keawawa wetland is a community-driven, cultural and natural resource restoration project located in Maunalua. Every sec...