Conservation Council for Hawai‘i
Working Today for the Nature of Tomorrow
Nov. 14, 2006

With Support from CCH Members and Donors,


SUPPORT research and resource management activities to protect native Hawaiian species and their habitat
EDUCATE through annual wildlife posters and teacher's guides distributed to every public, charter, private, and Hawaiian language immersion school in Hawaii
CONNECT PEOPLE WITH NATURE through service projects and field trips
PARTICIPATE in conservation policy-making through lobbying at the county, state, and federal levels; by serving on task forces; and by developing specific campaigns focused on:


  • Preventing invasive species from damaging the environment
  • Raising public awareness about global warming and reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Assisting wildlife agencies with species conservation
  • Connecting people with nature and Hawaiian wildlife
WATCHDOG government wildlife agencies such as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources
LITIGATE as a last resort to protect rare and endangered Hawaiian species and ecosystems