Photographer Aimee Lemieux shares her experience volunteering in the HWF Hawksbill Recovery Project.
Our HWF team has been working to protect and restore habitats along the Waiʻōhinu coastal strand for nearly two decades. Learn more about these efforts and how to get involved!
HWF President and Program Director, Megan Lamson, checks in about wildlife and debris statistics of our 4-island partnership after the first two years.
Sherry Ringer / Dare to Care Photography helps to document HWF turtle nesting activities. “Humanity can no longer stand by in silence while our wildlife is being used, abused and exploited. It is time we all stand together, to be the voice of the voiceless before it’s too late. Extinction means forever.” -- [...]
HWF partners to launch the Aloha Virtual Challenge (60 or 120 mile run, walk, swim, paddle): a benefit event to support HWF programs happening October 26th – December 20th, 2020.
Please join us by running, walking, hopping, skipping to the summit of Pu‘uwa‘awa‘a to bring attention and funds to dry forests habitats.
Our team of educators are missing the classroom visits and hope your children (and you) find value in our virtual environmental education offerings. Head on over to our Youth Education page to learn more and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel too to see what’s in store!
A reflection from HWF intern on Maui, Alyssa Lee, on her experience supporting our Honu Watch and Hawksbill Recovery Projects over the course of several years.
VOTE YES! Ballot Measure #6 - Charter Amendment: 2% Land Funds to pay for Staff. This proposed charter amendment will allow the 2% Public Access and Open Space Fund to pay staff to dedicate time to the 2% LAND FUND PROGRAM.
Plastic pollution is a global problem with local solutions. Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund (HWF) addresses this critical issue working with local communities.