KAHO'OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE COMMISSION

811 Kolu St., Suite 201
Wailuku, HI 96793 [map]

Tel.(808) 243-5020
Fax (808) 243-5885
Email: administrator@kirc.hawaii.gov

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  • NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • 04/28/16 - "Kahoolawe funding approved by lawmakers" (KITV News) Click here
  • 04/23/16 - "Trust fund being depleted as KIRC tries to regain financial footing" (Maui News) Click here
  • 04/12/16 - "Restoration work funding running out on Kaho'olawe" by Moanike'ala Nabarro (KITV News)Watch it here
  • 04/08/16 - "The Conversation" with Beth-Ann Kozlovich, offering an Aloha Kahoʻolawe 2016 Update (Hawaii Public Radio) Listen here
  • 04/05/16 - "Bill providing more funds for KIRC still alive" by Melissa Tanji (Maui News). To read the article click here
  • 03/24/16 - The Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission has just posted its Culture, Ocean and Restoration Programs updates from December 2015 thru February 2016. For more information click here
  • 03/24/16 - The Kahoʻlawe Island Reserve Commission has just posted its minutes for its Commission Meeting that was held on January 12, 2016 on Oʻahu. For more information click here
  • Past News & Announcements


    OUR KIHEI, MAUI SITE

    Throughout 2015, The Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission has opened the gates to its 8-acre Kihei Boat House property during monthly Kākoʻo iā Kahoʻolawe work days. With grant support through the Atherton Family Foundation, Hawaii Tourism Authority and Hawaii Community Foundation, hundreds of Maui residents and visitors have volunteered their time during these cleanup days to prepare thet Kahoʻolawe educational walking trail, native plant nursery and traditional hale building projects. Stay tuned for upcoming community-building events that invite individuals and groups to participate directly in the function and form of this developing public space, while caring for our community, raising awareness about Kahoʻolawe and inspiring and empowering our citizenry to conserve our environment.