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Conservation for the people

Amidst the prevailing winds, plentiful windsurfers, and sharky waters of Wailuku lie beautiful reefs and happy fishes.  Standing on the dock of Kahului Harbor, looking out onto the seas, one may never wish to jump right into these waters and go for a swim.   302 more words

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Monitoring Mangrove Rehabilitation in Bonefish Pond National Park

By: Craig Dahlgren

In July 2013, I worked with The Nature Conservancy and the Bahamas National Trust to lead a mangrove restoration and rehabilitation effort in the Bonefish Pond National Park on New Providence Island. 364 more words

The Nature Conservancy

Hili hewa ka manaʻo ke ʻole ke kukakuka

hili hewa ka manaʻo ke ʻole ke kūkākūkā

“ideas run wild without discussion”


Discussion brings ideas together into a plan.  sometimes ideas can run amok when they are constantly floating around oneʻs mind.   99 more words

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How IBM’s Corporate Service Corps is Helping TNC Save the Rainforest.

By Steve Hamm, IBM Writer

With its warm, wet climate and vast expanse of 2.7 million square miles of land, the Amazon River basin has the potential to become one of the world’s most productive agricultural regions—essential for feeding a global population that’s fast-approaching eight billion. 636 more words

IBMers In Action

aia no i ke ko a ke au

aia nō i ke kō a ke au

“whichever way the current goes; time will tell” 

No one can predict what the future holds, many obstacles may be faced and challenges overcome.   61 more words

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I've continued to witness...

Leading to True North Conference, the preparation was overwhelming and very challenging for me. I thought to myself that I had committed to too many things which I had confidence then that I could do it. 641 more words


i ha‘aheo no ka lawai‘a i ka lako i ka ‘upena

i ha‘aheo no ka lawai‘a i ka lako i ka ‘upena
“the fisherman may be well proud when well supplied with nets”

Good tools help one to succeed.   99 more words

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