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April 26, 2017

Japan Tsunami Gift Fund Supported Removal and Detection

In 2013, Hawaiʻi received a portion of a $5 million diplomatic monetary gift offered to the US by the Government of Japan with the intent to help the affected US states address Japan tsunami marine debris or "JTMD”.
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April 24, 2017

Maui Swim for Science Event Attracts 50 Participants

An estimated 50 community members, resource managers, scientists and conservationists participated in a talk story and Swim for Science event on Earth Day.
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April 13, 2017

100,000 Pounds of Marine Debris Removed from Papahānaumokuākea

Approximately 100,000 pounds of marine debris was removed from sites within the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
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March 20, 2017

Waiheʻe Ridge Trail Closed Through April 7 for Improvements

The popular 2.5 mile Waihe‘e ridge trail that climbs the windward slope of the west Maui mountains will is temporarily closed again for final stages of...
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March 15, 2017

Eagle Scout Leads Cleanup of Maui’s Halekiʻi-Pihana Heiau

A group of 40 people turned out to support Eagle Scout Mosese Aholelei of Troop 32 with the Piʻilani Ward of Kīhei, in the cleanup of the Halekiʻi-Pihana Heiau.
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March 03, 2017

Proposed Increase to Incidental Take of Bat and Nēnē at Kaheawa

The state is proposing to issue an amended Incidental Take License at Kaheawa Wind Power II above Mā‘alaea to increase the amount of deaths allowed for the Hawaiian hoary bat and the nēnē during facility operations.
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March 02, 2017

Strong Winds Grounds Vessel on South Maui Shore

The 35-foot motorboat went aground in Kīhei during strong winds and waves. The owner of the "Hanamana," William Domen, Jr., is attempting to remove his boat...
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March 01, 2017

Kīhei, Māla Talk Story Sessions on Marine Protected Areas

To help educate Maui’s ocean users about rules and conduct toward humpback whales, monk seals, sea turtles, and other marine protected species, state conservation officers will conduct talk story sessions at Kīhei and Māla boat ramps this weekend.
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February 27, 2017

Rescued Pueo Put to Sleep to Prevent Suffering

Biologists from the Division of Forestry and Wildlife decided to euthanize a Hawaiian short-eared owl that was rescued a month earlier from the Oʻahu.
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February 23, 2017

Partial Closure: Kahakapao Recreational Area in Makawao

Kahakapao Recreational Area in Makawao will be undergoing construction and a partial closure to the vehicle parking areas from Feb. 27, 2017 to Sept. 24, 2017.
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January 27, 2017

Demonstration Planned to Save Wilson Keahiʻs Boat Yard at Māla

A sign waving demonstration will be held this Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Māla Boat Yard at the site where Lahaina resident Wilson Keahi has maintained a boat yard for the past 35 years.
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January 09, 2017

Two Nēnē Goslings Killed by Cars on Kaua‘i

Two of three baby nēnē photographed grazing in lush grass alongside the Hanalei River last month were killed by cars as they attempted to cross a highway.
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December 21, 2016

Waiheʻe Ridge Trail Closure to Start in January

The 2.5 mile Waihe‘e ridge trail that climbs the windward slope of the west Maui mountains will be closed for approximately two months, starting in January.
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October 19, 2016

Lawmakers Discuss Conditions of Foreign Labor at Honolulu Harbor

The meeting comes in light of recent reports by the Associated Press of alleged unacceptable living and working conditions for foreign labor workers on commercial fishing vessels docked at Honolulu Harbor.
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October 04, 2016

Restoration Project Underway Following Historic ʻĪao Valley Flood

When a slow moving thunderstorm dropped an enormous amount of rain on Maui Sept. 13-14, the Wailuku River and several of its tributaries escaped their banks and not only significantly widened the river bed, but caused hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of damage in ʻĪao Valley State Monument.
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