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.
“Are those turtles or rocks?” I laughed and walked over. This was my favorite part of my job as a Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund intern.
We are very excited to announce the launch of our NEW website and regular blog postings!