DIACRITICALS: Hawaii Wildlife Fund
recognizes the use of diacritical markings of the Hawaiian
language including the `okina [`] and the kahakō [ō];
we have omitted them on our the website as many browsers do not
display them properly and cause confusion.
HWF recognizes the
importance of these markings and uses them in all communications
beyond the online platform.
> NEW PARTNERSHIP
recruit HWF volunteers
HWF partners with Bluecology
Hawaii Wildlife Fund has formed a new partnership with a
California-based marine nonprofit organization called
Bluecology, which specializes in
eco-travel and volunteer efforts. Working with Bluecology, HWF will
now offer new student field programs and volunteer vacations for
adults on Maui, as well as expeditions led by HWF President
to Micronesia and Palau.
Kaknab, a non-profit marine
organization, is helping to recruit
volunteers to help with Hawaii Wildlife Fund's sea
turtle monitoring, traditional taro farming, and snorkeling
programs this winter.