From mauka to makai, The Nature Conservancy works with people like you to protect Hawai'i’s spectacular diversity of life. We invite you to join the effort. Together, we can protect the plants and animals that share our world and help keep alive what is best in our own lives.
Mural Depicts the Impacts of Coral Bleaching
Hawai‘i-born artist Jana Ireijo has created a "vanishing" mural that illustrates how climate change and the coral bleaching it contributes to are making reefs disappear.
We Are Nature
The natural world is essential to our way of life, our economy and our culture in Hawai'i. We must look to nature to help us withstand the challenge of climate change.
Why Hawaii Should Invest In Protecting Its Reefs
TNC's Kim Hum and professor Michael W. Beck explain that reefs are a valuable and irreplaceable natural asset, but funds for conservation are limited.
Places We Protect
See the Places We Protect in Your Community
Together with our partners, the Conservancy has protected almost 200,000 acres of natural lands in Hawai'i.
Read about these essential pollinators and more in our Spring 2021 Nature Conservancy Magazine Insert.DOWNLOAD
It's All Connected
Read our Winter 2020 Nature Conservancy Magazine insert to find out how healthy forests protect coral reefs and humans in Hawaii.DOWNLOAD
TNC Hawai'i Celebrates 40th Anniversary!
Read about conservation successes, safely working during COVID, our 40th anniversary Aloha shirt and more in our Fall 2020 Newsletter.DOWNLOAD
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