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Hawaii Wildfire Summit

Collaborating Across Hawaii and the Pacific for Summit to Sea Wildfire Protection

May 2-4

Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows, South Kohala Coast, Hawaiʻi Island

From just starting to consider wildfire as an issue that impacts your work or home to having spent years in the fire service,
the Hawaii Wildfire Summit is for you!

The Hawaii Wildfire Summit is a gathering of fire professionals, resource managers, community members, and more for wildfire-focused workshops and trainings. 

Register today to secure the close-in admission price (prices go up after April 23 6pm!)

FAQs

Who should attend the Hawaii Wildfire Summit?

Anyone who lives or works in a wildfire-prone environment.

Presentations, workshops, and trainings will follow tracts related to wildfire hazard reduction in and around communities, as well toward natural and cultural resource protection from summit to sea. The Hawaii Wildfire Summit is designed to bring together a diverse audience to become apprised of best practices and innovations in wildfire protection, discuss lessons learned, and to provide a space that invites collaboration and coordination toward next steps in Hawaii and the Pacific.

Over the years, HWMO has come to understand that wildfire-related challenges are faced by a wide array of professionals and citizens, including more than just those focused on emergency response. While the summit program is informative and highly valuable for fire professionals, the offerings are also targeted toward other efforts and people that deal with wildfire, such as riparian and marine conservation, cultural resource protection, the visitor industry, planning professionals, and community groups.

 It takes all of us to ensure our precious islands are protected from wildfire...

It takes all of us to ensure our precious islands are protected from wildfire...

 ...from summit to sea!

...from summit to sea!

When is the NFPA training and when is the actual Hawaii Wildfire Summit?

The NFPA Assessing Structure Ignition Potential From Wildfire Training will take place on the two days before the summit begins Monday April 30- Tuesday May 1, 2018. This training is limited to 40 participants, so register early! The full Hawaii Wildfire Summit will take place May 2- May 4, 2018.

 Learn about the Home Ignition Zone from wildfire experts during the NFPA training...

Learn about the Home Ignition Zone from wildfire experts during the NFPA training...

 ...and put your new skills to the test in the field for some practice fire safety home visits.

...and put your new skills to the test in the field for some practice fire safety home visits.

I'm confused about the ticket availability. It looks like ticket purchases cut off sooner than one would expect.

The tickets follow a graduated pricing scale, rising in price as the event gets closer. Depending on when you register, you will see tickets priced as follows with the following cut-off dates:

  • Close-In: Apr 10, 2018 6pm- Apr 23, 2018 6pm-- $360
  • Last Minute: Apr 23, 2018 6pm- May 2, 2018 8am-- $400
  • One-Day Only: You choose which day, May 2-4, 2018: $150

How do I secure my hotel room? What are the rates?

Government rate rooms at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows are SOLD OUT. However, rooms at a discounted rate are still available:

  • Ocean View: $229 + taxes and fees

If you are familiar with this resort, this is an amazing deal.  Register as soon as possible to take advantage of the special rates we have secured.  Non-block rooms are much more costly!  The rates are available for three days before and after the Hawaii Wildfire Summit.

Book a room today by calling (808) 885-6622 and let them know you are a Hawaii Wildfire Summit attendee.

Where can I get detailed program information?

Hawaii Wildfire Summit information will be updated on this page. Stay tuned!

You can also stay up-to-date on the latest Hawaii Wildfire Summit news on HWMO's periodical e-newsletter. Click on the button below to visit our Contact page where you can sign up today:

Are there scholarships available?

HWMO is actively looking for volunteers to assist with the event in exchange for partial or full registration.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email admin@hawaiiwildfire.org