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Grants provide $50,000 to help Ka‘u youth

Grants provide $50,000 to help Ka‘u youth

MEDIA RELEASE The 2011 Ka‘u Youth Intern Program at Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, was awarded a $25,000 matching grant from The Omidyar ‘Ohana Fund of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation. The challenge was met by the non-profit Hawai‘i Natural History Association, who provided the bulk of the match, along with additional funding from the National Park […]

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DVD marks 25th anniversary of Mauna Loa eruption

DVD marks 25th anniversary of Mauna Loa eruption

MEDIA RELEASE On March 25, 1984, the most massive mountain on Earth began spewing lava from its 13,677-foot summit on Hawaii Island. In the first 24 hours, enough molten lava gushed from Mauna Loa to pave a highway all the way to the moon.  The eruption continued for 21 days. To celebrate the 25th anniversary […]

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Publication lists birds in Hawaii's national parks

Publication lists birds in Hawaii’s national parks

  MEDIA RELEASE Avid birders love to keep lists of the bird species they see all around the world. For them – and the rest of us who want to learn about Hawaii’s birds – there’s a handy new publication from the Hawaii Natural History Association.   Checklist of Birds in the National Parks of […]

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