Show your love for Maui’s Wetlands with your tax-deductible donation Donations are managed by our Parent Hui “Pili Koko“. Pili Koko is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Your donation is US tax-deductible to […]

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Why did Kealia Wetlands turn Pink?

The current drought combined with excessive water diversions from the 3+ streams feeding into Kealia Pond has starved the wetlands of fresh water. The remaining water has turned hyper-saline. In addition to […]

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Share This Email Share This Email Share This Email Donna Wong Executive Director Phone/fax: 808-262-0682 EMAIL: 2023 Legislative Bills GOOD BILL SB 507 RELATING TO WETLAND PRESERVATIONS The purpose of SB 507 […]

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Wetlands Activity Book – 2024 Edition

ITʻS HERE for your Reading pleasure! (and Click here for Download! this is a Large File!)  Our beautiful, recently updated full-color booklet ma ka `ōlelo Hawai`i (with english translations) is NOW AVAILABLE for […]

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Wetlands reawakening after rain

Different Types of Wetlands

There are many different types of wetlands, they are varied and diverse, and many types are specific to their areas. In Hawaii, we have our own types of wetlands many of which […]

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Marsh Migration credit: Make Way for Marshes/NROC.

What is Marsh Migration?

What is Marsh Migration? Rapidly rising seas threaten to drown tidal marshes and diminish the benefits provided to people and wildlife by these valuable coastal ecosystems. Increasingly, government agencies and non-government organizations […]

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Wetland Restoration Volunteers

Volunteer to Mālama a Wetland

Sign Up to Mālama a wetland: School kids and adults can help us to care for our wetlands. These community-based workdays typically consist of removing trash, selectively removing invasive plant species as […]

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