July 2012 is Conservation Month!
Protect Our Hawai‘i As One!
WHO: Hawai‘i based public and private organizations, businesses, and other community entities.
WHAT: Hosting free public activities during the month of July and post it on the Hawai‘i Conservation Month calendar to be published in Honolulu Weekly, websites, social media, and in press releases.
Activity ideas include: beach, stream, or waterway clean-ups; recycling incentives; sporting events; races dedicated to the environment; fundraisers for environmental causes; murals; snorkel clinics; film screenings; nature hikes; and tours of local natural attractions. Give us a call or send us an email if you need assistance coming up with an idea!
WHY: Help Protect Hawai‘i's lands and seas. This is a great opportunity for your organization or business to promote public appreciation our watersheds, model sustainability and wise resource use, and encourage both residents and visitors to explore ways in which they can help protect our precious natural resources.
WHEN: Sign up now to host an activity anytime during the month of July
The 2012 Hawai‘i Conservation Month concludes with the 20th Annual Hawai‘i Conservation Conference, themed "What Difference does 20 Years Make? Reflections on Change, Innovation, and the Work that Remains." All are welcome to join the public celebration on August 1st from 3- 8 p.m. when community members and conservation professionals will enjoy Conservation thru Art, Music and Films that highlight issues regarding conservation in Hawai‘i and the Pacific. Our featured artists are Wyland and Native Hawaiian Arts, along with entertainment and environmental films.