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 Molokaʻi Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning and Mapping Workshop
Apr
2
8:00 AM08:00

Molokaʻi Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning and Mapping Workshop

Your input is a very important part of developing next step actions for wildfire risk reduction on Molokaʻi.

Your input is a very important part of developing next step actions for wildfire risk reduction on Molokaʻi.

You are invited to the Molokaʻi Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning and Mapping Workshop on April 2 hosted by Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization and partners.   

Register for FREE and confirm your spot

When: April 2, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Where: The Nature Conservancy Office, 23 Pueo Place, Kaunakakai

Join the broader community of Molokaʻi professionals dealing with wildfire threats and impacts for a facilitated conversation about next step hazard reduction priorities and projects.

Marking priority areas for fuels treatments.

Marking priority areas for fuels treatments.

During the action planning portion of the workshop, participants will:

  • Check out the results of recent efforts to map current management of hazardous vegetative fuels (thanks to all of the information that partners contributed, thus far).

  • Identify and discuss shared regional fuels management priorities and projects to mitigate the risks of wildfire across our island landscapes through a facilitated series of small and large group conversations.  Your knowledge and priorities will contribute to planning next steps in the ongoing collaboration to manage vegetative fuels to reduce wildfire and protect both our communities and natural resources.

During the mapping portion of the workshop, participants will:

  • Add to the map of current and desired hazardous vegetative fuels management projects. Workshop attendee(s) should be those who are familiar with delineating the locations of vegetation management activities (fuel/firebreaks, shaded/living fuelbreaks, grazing, thinning, invasive removal, native restoration, etc.) and their associated details (type of work being done, frequency of activity, etc.).

Tentative Agenda:
8-11 a.m.: Action Planning
11-11:30 a.m.: Mapping Intro
11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.: Lunch Break
12:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.: Mapping

Spread the word with your network -- your input matters!  This workshop will be valuable to those working in:

  • Land and Natural Resource Management

  • Fire and Emergency Response

  • Planning

  • Agricultural Operations

  • Utilities

We hope you can meet us there and contribute to this valuable and landmark effort for wildfire protection planning!

To learn more:

Project information: http://www.hawaiiwildfire.org/vegetative-fuels-management-mapping

If you have further questions or concerns, contact Pablo Akira Beimler: e-mail pablo@hawaiiwildfire.org or Lele Kimball: lele@hawaiiwildfire.org or call (808) 885-0900.

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HAWAII ISLAND: Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop 2
Feb
26
9:00 AM09:00

HAWAII ISLAND: Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop 2

Join the broader community of Hawaii Island professionals dealing with wildfire threats and impacts for a facilitated conversation about next step hazard reduction priorities and projects.

With every large fire, we lose more of our native forests and threaten the health of our nearshore areas. Nearshore water quality is greatly reduced due to pollution and runoff from post-fire erosion, impacting human health and smothering our precious coral reefs. Homes, businesses, livelihoods, and infrastructure are also threatened by wildfires.

It does not have to be this way. Wildfires are a people problem -- 99% of wildfires are started by people. It is also a vegetation problem. By preventing ignitions and reducing flammable vegetation across landscapes, we can dramatically lessen the spread of destructive wildfires and thus protect the people and places we care about most.

For the past several months, HWMO has met with dozens of agency and non-governmental landowners and land managers on Hawaii Island and across the state to map activities that reduce or manage vegetative fuels, such as roadside mowing, fuelbreaks, strategic grazing, clearing around structures or power poles, brush abatement or thinning, tree trimming, reforestation, agricultural production, etc. The purpose of the project is: 1) to develop maps and information that will enable the broader community of residents and professionals living and working in fire-prone areas in Hawaii collectively prioritize next steps for vegetative fuels management, and 2) to enhance project coordination between organizations and make use of funding opportunities toward optimal wildfire protection.

Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization is a non-profit organization based in Waimea on Hawaii Island that serves as a hub for collaborative wildfire protection efforts statewide. With your participation at this FREE workshop on FEBRUARY 26, you will join a vibrant group of first responders, land managers, planners, community members, and more to prioritize future collaborative wildfire risk reduction projects on Hawaii Island. All are invited to this workshop -- we all play an important role in protecting our communities, lands, and waters from the growing threat of wildfires. Thank you to all of the landowners and managers who have contributed to this project thus far! 

Location: Kailapa Community Pavilion, south end of Kailapa Street, Kawaihae

Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Meeting_2018_9_27_7_Mapping exercise underway.jpeg
Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Meeting_2018_9_27_18_Outlining areas for protection.jpeg

Hawaii Island Vegetative Fuels Management Action Planning Workshop Logistics:
    •    Register using the Eventbrite page button below

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HAWAII ISLAND: Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop 1
Feb
22
9:00 AM09:00

HAWAII ISLAND: Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop 1

Join the broader community of Hawaii Island professionals dealing with wildfire threats and impacts for a facilitated conversation about next step hazard reduction priorities and projects.

With every large fire, we lose more of our native forests and threaten the health of our nearshore areas. Nearshore water quality is greatly reduced due to pollution and runoff from post-fire erosion, impacting human health and smothering our precious coral reefs. Homes, businesses, livelihoods, and infrastructure are also threatened by wildfires.

It does not have to be this way. Wildfires are a people problem -- 99% of wildfires are started by people. It is also a vegetation problem. By preventing ignitions and reducing flammable vegetation across landscapes, we can dramatically lessen the spread of destructive wildfires and thus protect the people and places we care about most.

For the past several months, HWMO has met with dozens of agency and non-governmental landowners and land managers on Hawaii Island and across the state to map activities that reduce or manage vegetative fuels, such as roadside mowing, fuelbreaks, strategic grazing, clearing around structures or power poles, brush abatement or thinning, tree trimming, reforestation, agricultural production, etc. The purpose of the project is: 1) to develop maps and information that will enable the broader community of residents and professionals living and working in fire-prone areas in Hawaii collectively prioritize next steps for vegetative fuels management, and 2) to enhance project coordination between organizations and make use of funding opportunities toward optimal wildfire protection.

Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization is a non-profit organization based in Waimea on Hawaii Island that serves as a hub for collaborative wildfire protection efforts statewide. With your participation at this FREE workshop on FEBRUARY 22, you will join a vibrant group of first responders, land managers, planners, community members, and more to prioritize future collaborative wildfire risk reduction projects on Hawaii Island. All are invited to this workshop -- we all play an important role in protecting our communities, lands, and waters from the growing threat of wildfires. Thank you to all of the landowners and managers who have contributed to this project thus far! 

Location: Hawaii Innovation Center, 117 Keawe St., Hilo

Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Meeting_2018_9_27_7_Mapping exercise underway.jpeg
Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Meeting_2018_9_27_18_Outlining areas for protection.jpeg

Hawaii Island Vegetative Fuels Management Action Planning Workshop Logistics:
    •    Register using the Eventbrite page button below

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KAUAI: Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop
Feb
21
9:00 AM09:00

KAUAI: Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop

Join the broader community of Kauai professionals dealing with wildfire threats and impacts for a facilitated conversation about next step hazard reduction priorities and projects.

With every large fire, we lose more of our native forests and threaten the health of our nearshore areas. Nearshore water quality is greatly reduced due to pollution and runoff from post-fire erosion, impacting human health and smothering our precious coral reefs. Homes, businesses, livelihoods, and infrastructure are also threatened by wildfires.

It does not have to be this way. Wildfires are a people problem -- 99% of wildfires are started by people. It is also a vegetation problem. By preventing ignitions and reducing flammable vegetation across landscapes, we can dramatically lessen the spread of destructive wildfires and thus protect the people and places we care about most.

For the past several months, HWMO has met with dozens of agency and non-governmental landowners and land managers on Kauai and across the state to map activities that reduce or manage vegetative fuels, such as roadside mowing, fuelbreaks, strategic grazing, clearing around structures or power poles, brush abatement or thinning, tree trimming, reforestation, agricultural production, etc. The purpose of the project is: 1) to develop maps and information that will enable the broader community of residents and professionals living and working in fire-prone areas in Hawaii collectively prioritize next steps for vegetative fuels management, and 2) to enhance project coordination between organizations and make use of funding opportunities toward optimal wildfire protection.

Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization is a non-profit organization based in Waimea on Hawaii Island that serves as a hub for collaborative wildfire protection efforts statewide. With your participation at this FREE workshop on February 21, you will join a vibrant group of first responders, land managers, planners, community members, and more to prioritize future collaborative wildfire risk reduction projects on Kauai. All are invited to this workshop -- we all play an important role in protecting our communities, lands, and waters from the growing threat of wildfires. Thank you to all of the landowners and managers who have contributed to this project thus far! 

Location: War Memorial Convention Hall, 4191 Hardy St., Lihue

Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Meeting_2018_9_27_7_Mapping exercise underway.jpeg
Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Meeting_2018_9_27_18_Outlining areas for protection.jpeg

Kauai Vegetative Fuels Management Action Planning Workshop Logistics:
    •    Register using the Eventbrite page button below

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OAHU: Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop
Feb
19
2:00 PM14:00

OAHU: Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop

Join the broader community of Oahu professionals dealing with wildfire threats and impacts for a facilitated conversation about next step hazard reduction priorities and projects.

With every large fire, we lose more of our native forests and threaten the health of our nearshore areas. Nearshore water quality is greatly reduced due to pollution and runoff from post-fire erosion, impacting human health and smothering our precious coral reefs. Homes, businesses, livelihoods, and infrastructure are also threatened by wildfires.

It does not have to be this way. Wildfires are a people problem -- 99% of wildfires are started by people. It is also a vegetation problem. By preventing ignitions and reducing flammable vegetation across landscapes, we can dramatically lessen the spread of destructive wildfires and thus protect the people and places we care about most.

For the past several months, HWMO has met with dozens of agency and non-governmental landowners and land managers on Oahu and across the state to map activities that reduce or manage vegetative fuels, such as roadside mowing, fuelbreaks, strategic grazing, clearing around structures or power poles, brush abatement or thinning, tree trimming, reforestation, agricultural production, etc. The purpose of the project is: 1) to develop maps and information that will enable the broader community of residents and professionals living and working in fire-prone areas in Hawaii collectively prioritize next steps for vegetative fuels management, and 2) to enhance project coordination between organizations and make use of funding opportunities toward optimal wildfire protection.

Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization is a non-profit organization based in Waimea on Hawaii Island that serves as a hub for collaborative wildfire protection efforts statewide. With your participation at this FREE workshop on FEBRUARY 19, you will join a vibrant group of first responders, land managers, planners, community members, and more to prioritize future collaborative wildfire risk reduction projects on Oahu. All are invited to this workshop -- we all play an important role in protecting our communities, lands, and waters from the growing threat of wildfires. Thank you to all of the landowners and managers who have contributed to this project thus far! 

Location: Mililani District Park, Main Hall, 94-1150 Lanikuhana Ave., Mililani

Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Meeting_2018_9_27_7_Mapping exercise underway.jpeg
Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Meeting_2018_9_27_18_Outlining areas for protection.jpeg

Oahu Vegetative Fuels Management Action Planning Workshop Logistics:
    •    Register using the Eventbrite page button below

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Leeward Oahu)
Dec
13
7:00 PM19:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Leeward Oahu)

  • Kapolei Hale - Conference Rooms A & B (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

“Councilmember Ron Menor and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central O‘ahu) on Wednesday, December 12, 7:00pm at the Mililani High School Cafeteria.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on O‘ahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about O‘ahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across O‘ahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar.”

Banner Photo Credit: Dr. Clay Trauernicht

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central Oahu)
Dec
12
7:00 PM19:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central Oahu)

“Councilmember Ron Menor and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central O‘ahu) on Wednesday, December 12, 7:00pm at the Mililani High School Cafeteria.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on O‘ahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about O‘ahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across O‘ahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar.”

Banner Photo: Credit Hawaii News Now

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (North Shore)
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (North Shore)

  • Waialua Elementary School Cafeteria (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

“Council Chair Ernie Martin and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (North Shore) on Thursday, November 8, 7:00pm at the Waialua Elementary School Cafeteria.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on Oahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about Oahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across Oahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar. “

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Blaisdell)
Oct
29
6:00 PM18:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Blaisdell)

  • Neal S. Blaisdell Center, Hawaii Suites (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

“Councilmembers Carol Fukunaga & Ann Kobayashi and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Blaisdell) on Monday, October 29, 6:00pm at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center, Hawaii Suites.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on Oahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about Oahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across Oahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar. “

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (East Honolulu)
Oct
17
7:00 PM19:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (East Honolulu)

“Councilmember Trevor Ozawa and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (East Honolulu) on Wednesday, October 17, 7:00pm at the Hawaii Kai Public Library.

Hurricanes Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on Oahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about Oahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across Oahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar. “

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Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop
Sep
27
9:00 AM09:00

Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Collaborative Action Planning Workshop

  • Maui Arts & Cultural Center (Alexa Higashi Room) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the broader community of Maui professionals dealing with wildfire threats and impacts for a facilitated conversation about next step hazard reduction priorities and projects.

As you may know, this summer has been a very busy and destructive period of our year-long wildfire season on Maui and across the Hawaiian Islands. This year alone, Hawaiʻi is on par with California in terms of the percentage of land area that has burned in 2018 (approximately 0.8% of the land area statewide according to Dr. Clay Trauernicht from University of Hawaiʻi CTAHR Cooperative Extension and Pacific Fire Exchange). The Lahaina fires during Hurricane Lane's approach in August 2018 caused extensive damage and loss to people's homes and impacted the livelihoods of many. With every large fire, we lose more of our native forests and threaten the health of our nearshore areas. Nearshore water quality is greatly reduced due to pollution and runoff from post-fire erosion, impacting human health and smothering our precious coral reefs.

It does not have to be this way. Wildfires are a people problem -- 99% of wildfires are started by people. It is also a vegetation problem. By preventing ignitions and reducing flammable vegetation across landscapes, we can dramatically lessen the spread of destructive wildfires and thus protect the people and places we care about most.

For the past several months, HWMO has met with dozens of agency and non-governmental landowners and land managers on Maui and across the state to map activities that reduce or manage vegetative fuels, such as roadside mowing, fuelbreaks, strategic grazing, clearing around structures or power poles, brush abatement or thinning, tree trimming, reforestation, agricultural production, etc. The purpose of the project is: 1) to develop maps and information that will enable the broader community of residents and professionals living and working in fire-prone areas in Hawaii collectively prioritize next steps for vegetative fuels management, and 2) to enhance project coordination between organizations and make use of funding opportunities toward optimal wildfire protection.

Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization is a non-profit organization based in Waimea on Hawaii Island that serves as a hub for collaborative wildfire protection efforts statewide. With your participation at this FREE workshop on September 27th, you will join a vibrant group of first responders, land managers, planners, community members, and more to prioritize future collaborative wildfire risk reduction projects on Maui. All are invited to this workshop -- we all play an important role in protecting our communities, lands, and waters from the growing threat of wildfires. Thank you to all of the landowners and managers who have contributed to this project thus far! 

Maui Vegetative Fuels Management Action Planning Workshop Logistics:
    •    Register using the Eventbrite page button below
    •    Outside food and beverage are not allowed inside the building. Water will be available.

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Climate Adaptation Workshop (Hawaii Island)
Jun
13
to Jun 14

Climate Adaptation Workshop (Hawaii Island)

HWMO participated in the workshops that took place in Honolulu on April 24-25. This is a great opportunity to not only learn about climate adaptation practices, but to share your input, especially if you can add your expertise on wildfires. Very well organized event, great people and connections, and delicious, healthy lunches...what more can you ask for?

"Workshop Goal: The goal of these two-day workshops is to gather natural and cultural resource managers and practitioners to discuss options for managing resources in the face of climate change, and improve understanding of how vulnerability and adaptation information can be integrated into management and planning. Participants will develop climate-informed adaptation strategies and actions for priority habitats and ecosystem services on each island, and will leave with a prioritized list of actions that can be integrated into current and future management activities across agencies and organizations.

Participants will examine climate change in the context of:

* Habitats (e.g., alpine/subalpine, mesic/wet forest, dry forest, coastal wetlands, shorelines, streams, seeps and springs);
* Ecosystem services (e.g., water supply and quality, flood and erosion control, cultural knowledge and heritage); and
* Conservation activities (e.g., invasive species control, watershed improvement, cultural resources and practices preservation, native and rare species conservation, coastal restoration, working lands management, and more!) 

Why you should attend:

Share your knowledge. Workshop activities and discussions will focus on developing climate adaptation strategies and actions to reduce vulnerabilities of priority habitats identified during the Climate Vulnerability Assessment Workshops. Find out what your colleagues and peers are doing and share your expertise in small and large breakout group discussions.

Create new and enhance existing partnerships with other local practitioners. Participation in this workshop can help shine a light on potential areas for improved collaboration and cooperation on climate adaptation efforts.

Be part of a process to prepare for climate change. What decision-making challenges are you currently facing? How might climate change affect the ability to meet your goals? What can be done to overcome climate-related challenges? Participants will work together to identify strategies and actions to improve resource management in a changing climate. 

Register: Each day of the workshop builds on the input and decisions of participants with an end goal of generating robust climate adaptation strategies and actions specific to each island's conservation community. To maximize workshop discussions and results, we request that you attend both days. Each workshop is tailored to island-specific vulnerability assessments and management activities; please register for the workshop associated with the island(s) on which you primarily work.

Kaua'i, June 5-6

Hawai'i, June 13-14

Questions? Contact Rachel M. Gregg at Rachel@EcoAdapt.org. "

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Climate Adaptation Workshop (Kauai)
Jun
5
to Jun 6

Climate Adaptation Workshop (Kauai)

HWMO participated in the workshops that took place in Honolulu on April 24-25. This is a great opportunity to not only learn about climate adaptation practices, but to share your input, especially if you can add your expertise on wildfires. Very well organized event, great people and connections, and delicious, healthy lunches...what more can you ask for?

"Workshop Goal: The goal of these two-day workshops is to gather natural and cultural resource managers and practitioners to discuss options for managing resources in the face of climate change, and improve understanding of how vulnerability and adaptation information can be integrated into management and planning. Participants will develop climate-informed adaptation strategies and actions for priority habitats and ecosystem services on each island, and will leave with a prioritized list of actions that can be integrated into current and future management activities across agencies and organizations.

Participants will examine climate change in the context of:

* Habitats (e.g., alpine/subalpine, mesic/wet forest, dry forest, coastal wetlands, shorelines, streams, seeps and springs);
* Ecosystem services (e.g., water supply and quality, flood and erosion control, cultural knowledge and heritage); and
* Conservation activities (e.g., invasive species control, watershed improvement, cultural resources and practices preservation, native and rare species conservation, coastal restoration, working lands management, and more!) 

Why you should attend:

Share your knowledge. Workshop activities and discussions will focus on developing climate adaptation strategies and actions to reduce vulnerabilities of priority habitats identified during the Climate Vulnerability Assessment Workshops. Find out what your colleagues and peers are doing and share your expertise in small and large breakout group discussions.

Create new and enhance existing partnerships with other local practitioners. Participation in this workshop can help shine a light on potential areas for improved collaboration and cooperation on climate adaptation efforts.

Be part of a process to prepare for climate change. What decision-making challenges are you currently facing? How might climate change affect the ability to meet your goals? What can be done to overcome climate-related challenges? Participants will work together to identify strategies and actions to improve resource management in a changing climate. 

Register: Each day of the workshop builds on the input and decisions of participants with an end goal of generating robust climate adaptation strategies and actions specific to each island's conservation community. To maximize workshop discussions and results, we request that you attend both days. Each workshop is tailored to island-specific vulnerability assessments and management activities; please register for the workshop associated with the island(s) on which you primarily work.

Kaua'i, June 5-6

Hawai'i, June 13-14

Questions? Contact Rachel M. Gregg at Rachel@EcoAdapt.org. "

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Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Lihue
Mar
25
6:00 PM18:00

Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Lihue

The Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization, in collaboration with Kauai Fire Department, Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife, and Kauai Civil Defense Agency agencies, will hold community input meetings to develop a Kauai Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).

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Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Waimea
Mar
24
6:00 PM18:00

Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Waimea

The Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization, in collaboration with Kauai Fire Department, Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife, and Kauai Civil Defense Agency agencies, will hold community input meetings to develop a Kauai Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).

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Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Kilauea
Mar
23
6:00 PM18:00

Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Kilauea

The Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization, in collaboration with Kauai Fire Department, Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife, and Kauai Civil Defense Agency agencies, will hold community input meetings to develop a Kauai Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).

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