‘Ahahui Mālama I Ka Lōkahi
To practice, promote, and perpetuate a modern native Hawaiian conservation ethic
That provides for a healthy Hawaiian ecosystem
Nurtured by human communities and
Serving as a model for local and global resource management.
‘Ahahui Mālama i ka Lōhaki is a
nonprofit coalition of Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians
devoted to the presevation of native species and
ecosystems, and the importance of their
relationship to Hawaiian culture. We believe
that our culture will be greatly diminished
unless we support efforts to conserve native
Hawaiian ecosystems and species. Our
organization was founded in 1994 to provide a
Hawaiian voice in favor of conservation at a
time when scientists and hunters were in
conflict over forest management. We serve the
Hawaiian community and also offer a voice that reflects the scientific basis and
resource management practices of the greater
conservation community in the Hawaiian Islands. JOIN US!
Board of Directors
President: Charles Lehuakona Isaacs, Jr.
Secretary: Samuel M. ‘Ohukani‘ōhi‘a Gon III, Ph.D.
Treasurer: Steven Lee Montgomery, Ph.D.
Members at Large
Director: Darcy Oishi
Director: Johanna K. Stone
Director: Lauren Carter-Roth Venu
Director: Noa Hussey
Director: Kawika A. Mortensen, MD
Administrator: Rick Ka‘imi Scudder
Webmaster: Eric Guinther
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Date Last Modified: 02 APRIL 2015
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