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Parkinson’s disease affects about ten million people worldwide—one million in the United States and thousands in the State of Hawaiʻi.

The learning, thinking and problem-solving abilities of people with autism can range from the gifted to severely challenged. Let’s promote acceptance and learn to celebrate our many differences.

Trees in our island state are a crucial part of sustainable living and our agricultural economy, providing fruits, nuts and a variety of wood-based products.

Hawai‘i is home to many unique plants. Nearly 90 percent of Hawai‘i’s native plants are found nowhere else in the world. We need to work together to protect and perpetuate the native flora of our islands.

All children have the right to grow up in a caring, stable and nurturing environment, and it is our shared kuleana to ensure that all children in Hawaiʻi can grow up healthy, ready to learn and able to thrive.

HONOLULU – On March 19, U.S. Magistrate Judge Kenneth J. Mansfield issued a judgment in favor of DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) former Chief Robert Farrell and Lieutenant Carlton Helm, and against Plaintiff Wyatt Kam. The Court concluded that DOCARE’s response during the 2017 Independence Day “Floatilla” event in boarding the vessel Wind Warrior to ...
Read More DLNR NEWS RELEASE: DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES STATEMENT RELATING TO THE MATTER OF WYATT J.K. KAM VS CARLTON HELM AND ROBERT FARRELL