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  • CCH Home Page
    The Conservation Council for Hawai i is dedicated to protecting native Hawaiian plants animals and ecosystems for future generations Ko Hawai i leo no nā holoholona lohiu Hawai i s voice for wildlife Our website is designed for you to learn more about the Hawaiian environment what we do and what we can do working together to help protect native Hawaiian wildlife and wild places for future generations We are

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  • CCH Home Page
    water theft bill CCH and many others are supporting HB 2502 and SB 2647 in the Hawai i State Legislature These bills would prohibit trafficking of protected wildlife species See our new Aloha for Elephants in Paradise brochure to learn more about our role in the blood ivory trade CCH and many others are also supporting increased rodent and mongoose control in conservation efforts to save our native plants and

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  • CCH Home Page
    Kōkua Alerts Contact Us Store More Information on the Manu O Kū Information sheet on the Manu O Kū Elepaio newsletter with the proclamation designating the Manu O K ū as the Official Bird of Honolulu Attention O ahu arborists help protect the Manu O Kū Festival Schedule 11 12 Hawaiian music hula activities bird tours bird watching 12 12 45 Ceremony thanking city officials 12 45 1 Nature costume

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  • About Us
    Time and again we have built the coalitions that win working in partnership with the National Wildlife Federation other organizations government agencies and local communities while drawing on the collective knowledge and expertise of our staff and board and t he grassroots support of our members Our members and supporters include scientists Native Hawaiian practitioners farmers fishers hunters educators students artists photographers business owners community leaders and elected officials We

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  • Meet the Board:Marjorie Ziegler
    environmental activist so I grew up with a number of domestic and unusual semi wild pets and a healthy attitude about standing up for wildlife I was raised on the Windward side in Kāne ohe and attended Kapunahala Elementary King Intermediate Castle High and Windward Community College I now live in Āhuimanu not far from my family s home After working as an archaeological assistant at Kualoa Regional Park and a Recreation Assistant at Kailua District Park for many years I returned to school knowing that I wanted to help protect threatened and endangered Hawaiian species and earned a BA in Geography with Highest Honors from the University of Hawai i at Mānoa I spent 14 years as a resource analyst with the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund now Earthjustice Mid Pacific Office working with attorneys Michael Sherwood Arnold Lum Skip Spaulding Denise Antolini Paul Achitoff and David Henkin on successful legal campaigns under the Endangered Species Act NEPA and State Water Code what a great experience and learning opportunity I then served briefly as a consultant for the State of Hawai i and a year working with KAHEA The Hawaiian Environmental Alliance to raise public awareness and support for

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  • Meet the Board
    Newsletters Posters How to Help Membership Donate Volunteer Kōkua Alerts Contact Us Store Meet the Board Julie Leialoha President Hawai i Representative Koalani Kaulukukui Vice President At large Representative Ryan Louis Nobu Belcher Treasurer Hawai i Representative Wayne Tanaka Secretary

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  • History
    Hawai i was formed under the initiative of the staff of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum and others for the purpose of furthering conservation in its various aspects in the Hawaiian Islands to the end of betterment of human welfare therein Dozens of representatives of organizations agencies and landowners sat on the Council before it became a grassroots membership organization Conservation Council for Hawai i is affiliated with the National

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  • What We Do: Our Mission
    are guided by four strategic drivers Climate Change Invasive Species Defending Wildlife Connecting People With Nature Our programs are based on careful scientific research public education grassroots organizing advocacy and service We are practiced at identifying and interpreting the critical scientific research that is relevant to the issues we champion We provide accurate information to the general public and decision makers and we build grassroots support by bringing essential stakeholders

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