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Final report on Pelekane Bay restoration project


Fencing and native plant restoration work on the Pelekane Bay Watershed Restoration Project, Phase One was officially completed in February 2011.

This final report was the opportunity to analyze and reflect on all the work that was accomplished during the initial 18 month grant period.

Compiling the report turned out to be a valuable learning tool and one that will greatly inform future plans and decisions for the continuing phases.

The crew continues to monitor the outcomes of the project, and will be maintaining and augmenting the work through donations from various funders.

Find the complete report at:

The “Mauka Report” addresses the land-based efforts.

The “Makai Report” addresses observations and studies done in the bay itself.

The “Appendices” are various samples of surveys, personnel assessments, maps, irrigation designs, botanic IDs, etc.

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