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23rd Hawaii Conservation Conference


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Last yearʻs symposium at the 2014 Hawaii Conservation Conference we took part in on the topic of Wildfires in Hawaii. 

For each of the past few years, HWMO has had the honor of speaking at the Hawaii Conservation Conference. This year, we are invited to speak at the Conservation Mauka to Makai in West Hawaii Symposium, put together by our partners from NOAA and TNC. We will be giving a talk on August 4th (1 p.m.) about Wildfires in West Hawaii - Wildfire Occurrence, Impacts, and Mitigation Efforts from Mauka to Makai. Click here for more information about the symposium.

This year's keynote speakers at the conference include: Pualani Kanakaʻole Kanahele, Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy, Kamanamaikalani Beamer, Nainoa Thompson, Senator Brian Schatz, and Suzanne Case.

Wildfire-Related Talks

Aug. 4 10:45a
Clay Trauernicht, UH CTAHR Cooperative Extension
Wildfire in Hawaii - Overview, Emissions and Future Projections
 

Aug. 4 1:30p
Pablo Beimler, HWMO
Wildfire in West Hawaii - Wildfire Occurrence, Impacts, and Mitigation Efforts from Mauka to Makai


Aug. 5 12:45p-3:30p
FORUM: Wildfire in Hawaii: Sharing Lessons Learned for Better Pre-Fire Management (featuring wildfire experts from across the State!)