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Maui No Ka Oi

The island of Maui is not only unique in the Hawaiian islands, it is unique in the world. More species of native plants and animals face extinction here in Hawaii than any where else on the planet, and some occur only on the island of Maui.


The interagency efforts on Maui provide good examples of locally led conservation that applies the latest resource technology to provide both watershed wide conservation and scientifically based site specific resource management. The efforts of local, state, and federal agencies coordinating efforts with private land owners are a wonderful example of:

Examples of Locally Led Conservation Projects include:

Other Maui links:

  • The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii

  • The Hawaii Natural Heritage Program
  • Haleakala National Park

  • USGS-Biological Research Division - Haleakala Field Station

  • Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources

  • USDA NRCS on Maui
  • Maui County - Department of Water Supply

  • TerraSystems Inc.
    Other Sites of Interest:
    Please feel free to make comments or suggestions