A Molokai project that is being funded through ARRA within the State of Hawai‘i. On Moloka‘i, funding is provided to the Moloka‘i Land Trust (administered by TIRCD) to restore 20 acres of coastal plant habitat on the island’s north shore at Anapuka in the Mokio parcel. Workers have been hired to remove invasive kiawe in coastal dunes between ‘I-lio Point and Mo‘omomi. North Molokai has some of the best remaining native coastal habitat in the State and removal of invasive kiawe will allow native plant communities to expand back into these areas.
Kaho`olawe Island Restoration Commission (KIRC) TIRCD assists in the administration of grants to restore the island of Kaho`olawe. Used as for navy target practice from the 1940’s through the 1970’s, the island has had some of the unexploded ordinance removed. It has also been the subject of restoration efforts that support native Hawaiian cultural and spiritual goals. It will be included in any future native Hawaiian homeland.
Maui aloha aina Tri-Isle serves as an administrative agent to help with involving people in supporting small organic and transitioning conventional family farmers in their practice to encourage and support personal well being and soil vitality while producing nutrient rich food for the community.
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Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary (HIHWNMS) Tri-Isle provides a donation account and administration for people wising to donate on behalf of the sanctuary.
This annual community event held at Maui Nui Botanical Gardens allows people to meet with over 30 active conservation organizations working on Maui to learn about issues that affect the quality of life, and teach people to become more effective stewards of their island home.