Community educational forums on issues pertinent to watershed science, resource management and local heritage.
Hanalei WaterShed Hui
Natural Resources Conservation Service
Public and Private Schools
Univerisity of Hawaii
US Environmental Protection Agency
US Geological Survey
HHR Community Forums: 6/00 Talking Heads, local WQ issues 7/00 LTEMP training (3 forums) 7/00 DU-Objectives in Hawaii 8/00 Ahupua'a Health (GIS) 9/00 DU Stabilize cutoff 11/00 Mo'omomi Fishery 12/00 HHR vision Conference 1/01 WQ testing 2/01 Conserving our Coral Reefs 2/01 Ahupua'a Restoration 3/01 Wahi Pana, protocol for sacred places 3/01 Aquaculture in Hawaii 3/01 FWS Critical Habitat Newcombs Snail 4/01 DLNR Archaeology of Halele'a 5/01 Kauai Public Land Trust 6/01 The Hawaiian Stream 8/01 DLNR DAR Hanalei Bay fishing discussion 8/01 Kauai Coastal Zone Management Ordinance 9/01 Land Stewardship 10/01 Dengue Fever 10/01 Conservation in our Future Designs 11/01 Revised FEMA Flood Maps for Hanalei 4/02 Route #560 25 year plan 4/02 Hawaiian Plants 8/02 Forestry in Hawaii 10/02 Hawaiian Birds 11/02 Lo'i Restoration Project 1/03 Hanalei Planning Practicum 2/03 Wahi Pana of Halele'a 3/03 Hawaii Aqualculture 4/03 Native Fish of Hanalei 5/03 Water Quality Concerns in Hanalei 5/03 Wastewater Options for Hanalei 7/03The Ahupua'a as a Watershed Management Model 9/03 Coral Reef Health 2/04 Cruise Ship impacts on marine resources 3/04 Wastewater Solutions for Hanalei 4/04 Lumahai Valley Proposal 1998 to present HWH produces quarterly newsletters
Plan of Action:
Inform agencies of our interest in hearing their experts. Identify and invite experts in instream bioassessment, alien and native plants, fishery management, water quality, historical sites, hunting and gathering, taro support and other pertinent issues.
Hanalei Watershed Hui is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental organization that strives to care for the Ahupua’a of Hanalei, Waioli, Waipa, and Waikoko guided by Hawaiian and other principles of sustainability and stewardship, integrity and balance, cooperation and aloha, cultural equity and mutual respect.