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HONOLULU – The PSD Administrative Division reports one (1) admin employee has confirmed a positive test result. Meanwhile, one (1) admin employee and one (1) Training and Staff Development (TSD) corrections recruit who were previously reported positive have both been medically cleared to return to work. That leaves just the one (1) active positive admin ...
Read More PSD News Release: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY COVID-19 UPDATE

(HONOLULU) – Imagine your job is hanging 300 feet on a thin rope, on nearly vertical cliffs, in Waimea Canyon on Kaua‘i. This is precisely what Adam Williams, a botanist with the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW), and Scott Heintzman with the state’s Plant Extinction Prevention Program (PEPP) do on a regular basis. ...
Read More DLNR News Release: CLIFF DWELLERS OF KAUA‘I…and the people who hang with them!

Setting aside land for public purposes. Tax Map Key Nos. (4) 1-2-016:001 to 020, inclusive, (4) 1-2-002:042, (4) 1-2-002:006, (4) 1-2-002:043, (4) 1-2-002:022, and (4) 1-2-002:035.

Withdrawing land from the operation of Governor’s Executive Order No. 4259, dated January 6, 2009. Tax Map Key Nos. (4) 1-2-002:042, (4) 1-2-002:006, (4) 1-2-002:043, (4) 1-2-002:022, and (4) 1-2-002:035.

Cancellation of Governor’s Executive Order No. 3633 dated October 17, 1994. Tax Map Key Nos. (4) 1-2-016:001 to 020, inclusive, fka (4) 1-2-002: portion of 001.

(HONOLULU) – Researchers know that endangered Hawaiian monk seals range broadly across the Hawaiian archipelago. Data shows that 10-14% of adult monk seals move from their birth island to other islands. They’re impressed that a six-year-old female seal, designated as KG54, swam 1,300 miles from Kure Atoll, the northernmost island in the chain, in Papahānaumokuākea ...
Read More DLNR News Release: HAWAIIAN MONK SEAL MAKES “IMPRESSIVE” SWIM FROM KURE ATOLL TO O‘AHU

 HONOLULU – Hawai‘i Attorney General Connors led a coalition of 14 Attorneys General in support of the City and County of Honolulu and the County of Maui’s efforts to hold major fossil fuel producing companies accountable for deceptive trade practices and other violations of state law. In an amicus brief filed in the United States Court ...
Read More AG News Release: Hawaii Attorney General Connors Leads a Coalition Supporting County Efforts to Hold Big Oil Accountable for Misleading the Public About the Harmful Effects of Fossil Fuels on the Climate

Archaeology Week is a world-wide program to encourage respect, appreciation and a better understanding of our cultural heritage.

September 25 — October 3, 2021, has been designated as National Drive Electric Week throughout the United States to inform residents and policymakers about the benefits of plug-in electric vehicles and to promote their adoption.

National Hunting and Fishing Day was established in 1972 to recognize hunters and anglers for their contributions to fish and wildlife conservation.

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