Groups working on behalf of the ‘aina
Promoting local food through community involvement.
P.O. Box 791180
SaveMakena.org is dedicated to preserving the wild open spaces, beaches, reefs, Hawaiian cultural sites and native dryland forest in the Makena/Honua`ula area for future generations.
The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over 37,000 members and 60 chapters across the United States and Puerto Rico with international affiliation in Australia, Europe, and Brazil. Surfrider Foundation, Maui Chapter is working to bring life to its mission of preserving beach access, preserving near shore water quality, and protecting recreational and cultural sites through CARE: Conservation, Activism, Research and Education.
Save Kahului Harbor is a group dedicated to long range, sensible planning for Maui’s ocean transportation needs.
Maintain open space, public access, and revitalize the ecosystem of Honolua Ahupua’a through community based management utilizing Hawaiian practices and values.
The mission of the Friends of Haleakala National Park is to assist the park and the National Park Service to preserve Haleakala’s unique ecosystems, scenic character and associated Native Hawaiian cultural and spiritual resources
Non-political by design, Hawaiian Islands Land Trust (HILT) is a non-profit organization committed to working with private landowners, community groups, community leaders and government partners to protect Hawaii’s precious lands. Using a variety of tools, they help landowners integrate conservation into their land use plans in perpetuity.
Small actions can make a big difference when they tap the inborn powers of nature and human societies to heal themselves.
COMMUNITY PLAN DOCUMENTS
MAUI GENERAL PLAN
State of Hawaii
Friends of Moku‘ula
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