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  • How to Help: Donate
    contributions from our members and supporters Your donation to Conservation Council for Hawai i will help us meet a challenge grant from the Earth Friends Wildlife Foundation Please fill out and submit the form below before donating Name Email Address City State AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE

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  • How to Help: Volunteer
    a lot to us Our staff is small and we depend on the kōkua of volunteers to help at special events host tables at community events mail posters to the schools and help run the office smoothly Here are just a few of the jobs for which we would welcome your help Attend interesting and fun community events and host the CCH table meet new people recruit new members run games for kids sell CCH products pass out newsletters and posters Organize a beach clean up or reforestation project in your community CCH will supply the people power equipment and supplies and snacks and refreshments Organize a mailing pizza party at the CCH office invite your family and friends and help CCH mail posters to the schools new member packets invitations and donation appeals CCH will cover the pizza Donate your bookkeeping and accounting skills Help us create and maintain filing systems and keep us organized Write letters to the editor and opinion pieces for the newspapers supporting CCH positions Testify in person or submit written testimony on bills CCH is tracking in the Hawai i state legislature Help remove invasive species and plant native species in areas CCH is

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  • How to Help: Kokua Alerts
    forest bird currently found only on the upper slopes of Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawai i Recent surveys indicate that the palila is rapidly declining in number If the current trend continues the palila could go extinct in 5 years Download the Palila Action Alert pdf Protect Hawaiian Rainforests There are no natural controls in Hawai i for strawberry guava With conventional management tools alone proving insufficient

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  • Contact Us
    Newsletters Posters How to Help Membership Donate Volunteer Kōkua Alerts Contact Us Store Contact Us Mahalo nui loa for your interest in the Conservation Council for Hawai i If you have any questions or want to alert us to an issue or event please contact us by email or phone Phone and Fax 808 593 0255 E mail Address info conservehi org Mailing Address Conservation Council for Hawai i P

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  • CCH Store
    We Do Climate Change Invasive Species Defending Wildlife Connecting People with Nature Newsletters Posters How to Help Membership Donate Volunteer Kōkua Alerts Contact Us Store Store The CCH Store is currently being restocked Check back soon to see the products

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  • Website Use Policy
    Conservation Council for Hawai i CCH Web site content documents whitepapers graphics logos software forums polls etc is for informational and non commercial or personal use only Content other than that belonging to CCH is licensed or otherwise published by CCH with the permission of the owner of the material All rights in such materials are reserved to the respective owners We reserve the right to make changes to this

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  • Privacy Policy
    to other websites please review the privacy policies posted at those sites THE INFORMATION WE COLLECT This notice applies to all information collected or submitted on the Conservation Council for Hawai i Web site On some pages you can join the Conservation Council for Hawai i renew your membership make a donation order products and or request to receive emailed Kōkua Alerts or other information On some pages you can submit information about other people For example if you order a gift membership for someone you know and want it sent directly to the recipient you will need to submit the recipient s contact information In this circumstance the types of personal information may include name mailing address email address phone number credit debit card Information THE WAY WE USE INFORMATION We use the information you provide about yourself when joining the Conservation Council for Hawai I renewing your membership making a donation or placing an order only for that request unless it includes being added to our mailing list We use the information you provide about someone else when placing an order only to ship the product and to confirm delivery or to add the person to our membership mailing list upon your request We use return email addresses to answer the email we receive or to contact you to update your contact information in the event of returned mail for example Such addresses are not used for any other purpose and are not shared with outside parties You can register with our Web site if you would like to receive Kökua Alerts and other CCH information via email Information you submit on our Web site will used for the purposes you request We may use non identifying and aggregate information to better design our Web site and conservation

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  • Meet the Board: Julie Leialoha
    Washington she utilized her knowledge of the ocean to study marine biology where she focused on identifying marine invertebrates All life begins with the tiniest of creatures and I became fascinated with the thousands of different types of organisms that inhabit our oceans Upon completing her science degree Ms Leialoha was recruited by NOAA s Endangered Marine Mammals Program in Honolulu where she ventured to Laysan Atoll and French Frigate Shoals in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands long before they were designated as the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument There she worked on recovering the critically endangered Hawaiian monk seal a conservation imperative she continues to support to this day Her career took a detour into managing native Hawaiian forest when she was recruited by Hawai i Volcanoes National Park Resource Management Division s iconic botanist and resource manager Tim Tunison I couldn t figure out why he wanted me in the division since I didn t know anything about plants His response was If you can identify plankton plants are a breeze It was during this period that Ms Leialoha realized there was a lot more to management than just pulling weeds in the field and she became active in local politics focusing on issues pertaining to resource management including an unsuccessful bid for Hawai i County Council on the Big Island of Hawai i where she resides I lost by 89 votes can you believe that she laughs She intended to run again in the next election but fate took another turn as she was severely injured in a helicopter crash while working in the Manukā Natural Area Reserve After 5 years of intense rehabilitation Ms Leialoha returned to what she loves protecting Hawai i s native resources She currently manages the Wao Kele O Puna Forest Reserve on the

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