You Can Help

Like the rest of Hawaii, the Watershed Partnerships have tightened their belts to meet current economic realities, which included 40-60% budget cuts ongoing since 2009. With continued grant funds decreasing, these cuts will severely impact their ability to continue to safeguard Hawaii’s forested watersheds, which provide island communities and agriculture with water, protect oceans for swimming and fishing, create opportunities for outdoor education and recreation for schools and residents, and house native habitats for native species (many of which have cultural relevance) found no where else on earth. 

Your kokua with keeping these areas healthy functioning watersheds is appreciated, mahalo! See the menu to the right to learn more.

There are many ways you can support either the individual Watershed Partnerships or HAWP.  We want to hear from you on how we can work together to help protect these important areas so contact us today!