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127 results found in "Makai"

Hui o Ko'olaupoko

The mission of Hui o Ko'olaupoko is to protect ocean health by restoring the aina: mauka to makai.

Huleʻia National Wildlife Refuge

The Refuge provides open, productive wetlands for five endangered Hawaiian waterbirds that rely on the Hulē

Island Conservation

In collaboration with regional partners, Island Conservation designs and implements conservation projects which ensure native species protection...

James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge

One of the few scattered remnants of natural wetlands that still exist on O

Jarvis Island National Wildlife Refuge

Shallow fringing reefs surround Jarvis Island, but a broad submerged reef terrace extends off the eastern shoreline, dominated by moosehorn and r...

Johnston Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

Johnston Atoll, one of the most isolated atolls in the world, is located in the central Pacific Ocean, between the Hawaiian Islands and the Line...

Ka Honua Momona International

Ka Honua Momona mission is to be a model of sustainability mauka a makai (from mountains to sea). Our philosophy is to create indigenous educatio...

Ka loko o Kiholo (Kiholo fishpond)

Ka loko o Kiholo has grown fish for hundreds of years. Volunteers, residents, students, practitioners, managers, and scientists are all working t...

Ka'ehu

Ka'ehu is a culturally and environmentally significant area that is highly impacted by the influx of marine debris. We've been conducting monthl...

Kahanu Garden and Preserve of the National Tropical Botanical Garden

Focuses on Pacific Island plants, particularly plants of value to the Hawaiian people as well as Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia. Includes t...

Kahili Beach Preserve

This 17-acre site was protected in 2003 by Hawaiian Islands Land Trust, a non-profit organization. Conservation Values: Marine shoreline, publi...

Kāʻanapali Makai Watch

A community volunteer program, part of the statewide Makai Watch program, established in support of the Kahekili Herbivore Fisheries Management A...

Kailapa Community

Kailapa Community Association located in Kawaihae, HI Island, 501-C-3 (2010) Project: Ungulate and erosion control Working on Wellness park-...

Kalaeokaunaʻoa (Kahuku Point)

Kalaeokaunaʻoa (Kahuku Point) includes 39 acres of coastal sand dune ecosystem on the North Shore of Oʻahu. Kalaeokaunaʻoa is critical habitat fo...

Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park

Kaloko-Honokōhau NHP is rich with archeological sites, fishponds, petroglyphs and natural resources such as native birds and turtles. Kaloko-Hono...

Kamehameha Schools - Sustainability Internship Program

Kamehameha Schools' mission is to create educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of people of Hawaiian a...

Kaua'i Endangered Seabird Recovery Project

The KESRP is a DOFAW project, administered through the PCSU of the University of Hawaiʻi. The project focuses primarily on ensuring the long-ter...

Kaulunani Urban & Community Forestry Program

Kaulunani supports community tree planting and tree demonstration projects to grow Hawaii’s urban forest. Since 1991, Kaulunani has awarded more...

Kawainui Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary

The Kawainui Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Hawaii's largest wetlands, providing vital habitat for Hawaii's endangered waterbirds, including...

Keawanui Fishpond

Hui o Kuapā is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1989 for the purpose of supporting Native Hawaiian fishpond restoration, education &...