The Hawai'i Conservation Alliance presents:
"HAWAII'S CHANGING OCEAN: THREATS AND SOLUTIONS" WITH DR. MARK HIXON, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA, DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
Tuesday, November 26 @ 5:30-7:30pm
Waikiki Aquarium Classroom
2777 Kalakaua Avenue
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The Hawai‘i Conservation Alliance Foundation (HCAF) was formed in September of 2006 by the members of the Hawai‘i Conservation Alliance (HCA). The HCAF was established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to secure private support for the programs and activities of the HCA, actively promulgate information on Hawai‘i ’s conservation values and needs, fund conservation grants, and promote conservation education and awareness.The HCA is a collaboration of 24 agencies, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations whose mission is to provide unified leadership and advocacy on conservation issues critical to Hawai‘i.
24 Government, educational, and non-profit organizations who together provide unified leadership and advocacy for Hawaii’s most critical conservation issues.
The HCA member organizations are represented by federal, state, and non-profit sectors working together to perpetuate native ecosystems and ensure that the unique biodiversity of our islands endures. See all our members