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Video featuring HWF's Kallie Barnes during a visit to Kamilo Point where students from Hawaii
Island work together with California scientists to promote single-use plastics reduction.

Through an INDIEGOGO crowd funding campaign this spring, HWF raised over $6,000 to support our work helping Maui's sea turtles. Mahalo to those who donated. For those who missed it, please donate!


This year, Hawaii Wildlife Fund celebrates 20 years of conservation, research and education in Hawaii nei!

To commemorate our anniversary, we are planning community outreach events on both Maui and Hawaii Island, including EcoTravel, a crowdfunding campaign, marine debris cleanups, and a retreat at Camp Olowalu. We also have a new HWF logo!

Long-time HWF team member Suzanne Canja, co-founder of our Hawksbill Recovery Program, will be returning to run our turtle programs this summer.

We are expanding our native habitat restoration program, managed by Megan Lamson, who has been working with us on Hawaii Island since 2008.

Many thanks to the thousands of volunteers and community partners who have supported HWF over the past 20 years!

Me ka mahalo,

Hannah Bernard, Executive Director
Hawaii Wildlife Fund


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