Hawaii Conservation Week

In an ideal world, everyone would celebrate and participate in some type of conservation effort or activity every day, whether it’s water conservation, energy conservation, environmental conservation or even cultural conservation. This week, the Hawaii Conservation Alliance is helping to make that possible by supporting and hosting daily Conservation Week events. Conservation Week kicked off … [Read more…]

Will the State of Hawaii Restore Public Access to Haleakala Trail?

Haleakala has long been revered as one of the most sacred sites in all of Hawaii.  Here, it is said, that the demigod Maui lassoed the sun, and the goddess Pele once made her home.  Here also lies a culturally significant trail, now being heavily disputed. For centuries, Hawaiians have visited this wahi pana (sacred … [Read more…]