HWF joins up with partners from the Upcycle Hawaii crew to remove plastic pollution from our shores and then turn them into useful treasures!
Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund, Hawaiʻi Division of Aquatic Resources, Hawaiʻi State Parks, The Nature Conservancy, and members of the Hui Loko network cordially invite you and your #hianchialine colleagues (and friends) to join us for this upcoming 5ISAE event! #hianchialine
Community members along with HWF staff, volunteers, and renowned nature artist Patrick Ching, celebrated the grand opening of the Hawaiʻi Wildlife Discovery Center. The day’s special events included the unveiling and Hawaiian blessing led by Kahu Ua for the stunning ‘Ohana Kanaloa mural, created by Patrick Ching in partnership with the Maui community, and the sharing of several oli by Noelani Lee and her two keiki kāne (sons).
Dr. Russ Reinbolt of California raced around Hawaiʻi Island (twice!) to raise money and awareness for native wildlife.
In June, Soul Community Planet (SCP) announced the new Pristine Makai program in partnership with Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund (HWF) when they opened their doors to guests. Through this innovative program, every time a guest chooses to stay at the new SCP Hilo Hotel, SCP will donate $1 to support HWF’s efforts to keep the Island of Hawai‘i beaches magnificent and pure.
Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund (HWF), NOAA’s Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary (HIHWNMS) and Brookfield Properties proudly announce the opening of the 5,000 square foot Hawaiʻi Wildlife Discovery Center in Whalers Village, Kaʻanapali Beach Resort in Lahaina on Wednesday, October 20th, 2021!
Run for wildlife from November 1st to December 26th and support Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund to protect native wildlife. For the second year, the Aloha Virtual Challenge is encouraging folks around the world to run, walk, skip, paddle, swim 60 or 120 miles "around the island of Oʻahu" (virtually) in the coming months.
HWF President and Program Director, Megan Lamson, checks in about wildlife and debris statistics of our 4-island partnership after the first two years.
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.