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Below are ways to support us and get involved
ACTION ALERT: SCORP
Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) 2021
The SCORP seeks to align Hawaiʻi’s recreational priorities with actions to preserve and provide high-quality outdoor recreation opportunities in Hawaiʻi.
With the way our landscapes are currently being advertised in tourism videos, the State should be allocating more funds toward conservation groups and efforts to accommodate Hawai‘is specific ecological needs. From proper maintenance of trails, to providing educational resources to locals and tourists alike. As well as making climbing a recognized recreational activity, that should have a protocol for responsible access.
GET INVOLVED TAKE THE SCORP SURVEY
Survey available til May 2021
MAY 2021 NUʻUANU CLEAN UP
Nānā ka maka; hana ka lima
observe with the eyes; work with the hands
Youʻre invited to join our month long Nuʻuanu, Kapena Falls, Town Boulder’s clean up! Every Sunday beginning May 2nd @ 9am, Kānaka Climbers & Strategic Trash Management will be conducting invasive plant removal & ʻopala pick up. Hawai’i State Parks archaeologists will be on site mapping the archaeological features surrounding Town Boulders. We will be present to support their efforts and gain insight into recognizing archaeological sites, while also learning about the broader context of cultural significance. The goal is to assist with a plan for responsible recreation while protecting the cultural resources within the State Park. SIGN THE STATE PARKS VOLUNTEER WAIVER & EMAIL IT TO TO RSVP (waiver good for one year)