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126 results found in "Mauka"

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...

Kaʻala Natural Area Reserve

Native rainforest on Oʻahu.

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...

Kanaueue Educational Campus

The Kanaueue Educational Campus (KEC) encompasses 40 acres of land mauka of Kona Community Hospital in Kealakekua on Hawaii Island.

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...

Kauai Forest Bird Recovery Project

KFBRP aims to promote knowledge, appreciation, and conservation of Kauai's native forest birds. Our efforts focus primarily on three federally en...

Kauai Invasive Species Committee (KISC)

A partnership of government, private & non-profit organizations, working to prevent, control, or eliminate threatening invasive species to help m...

Kaulunani Urban & Community Forestry Program

Kaulunani is the state of Hawaii's urban forestry program from Hawaii’s Division of Forestry and Wildlife. Kaulunani supports community tree plan...

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...

Keālia Pond National Wildlife Refuge

Keālia Pond NWR encompasses 700 acres and is one of the few natural wetlands remaining in the Hawaiian Islands.

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 &...

Koʻolau Mountains Watershed Partnership

KMWP recognizes that the Koʻolau watershed is an invaluable resource for the island of Oʻahu. It is integral to the island’s present and future...

Kokee Resource Conservation Program (KRCP)

KRCP is a volunteer based invasive weed and watershed protection management program. KRCP involves the public in protecting native ecosystem reso...

Kokua Hawaii Foundation

Kōkua Hawai‘i Foundation supports environmental education in Hawai‘i’s schools and communities. Our mission is to provide students with experien...

Kualoa Ranch

Kualoa offers opportunities for groups to learn about our natural environment and rich island heritage. This includes mālama ʻāina programs that...

Kupu

Kupu provides environmental and sustainability internships to young adults across the state, through the CommunityU, E2U, RISE, and Hawaii Youth...

Kure Atoll State Wildlife Sanctuary, Papahãnaumokuãkea Marine National Monument

18 species of seabirds nest on Kure including Black-footed albatross and Christmas shearwaters. The atoll provides critical habitat for the Laysa...

Laupahoehoe Unit of the Hawaii Experimental Tropical Forest

The Hawaii Experimental Tropical Forest includes two Units, Laupahoehoe wet forest and Puu Waawaa dry forest, which overlay existing Hawaii Depar...

Lets Move! Outside

Initiative through YMCA Honolulu that supports community efforts to connect youth and families with nature and public lands on Oahu. The four pi...