Restoration Ecology in Hawaii

Ecological Restoration and Conservation Require Leadership

We spent most of Wednesday with the environmental advocate and marvelous storyteller, Maka’ala Ka’aumoana, the executive director of the Hanalei […]

Hey look an MP! Hanalei Plantation Resort

Every fact is related on one side to sensation, and, on the other, to morals.  The game of thought is, […]

Ciao Hawaii

Day four of our Hawaii trip included the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, where we witnessed shorebird restoration efforts and […]

When it rains, we plant!

On our last day as a group in Kaua’i, we got up bright and early to head to Kōke’e State […]

A Lesson in Environmental Leadership

A man always has two reasons for doing anything: a good reason and the real reason. – J.P. Morgan Just […]

Exclosures are Fun – Kuʻia Natural Area Reserve

We arrived at the CCC-constructed Kōkeʻe Lodge at Kōkeʻe State Park around nine in the morning, and met with Christopher […]

Restoration Ecology ~ Limahuli Botanical Garden and Preserve

Hawaii – I always envisioned a lush land of coffee trees, coconut palms and strawberry guava. Our first day on […]

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