The ocean has always been central to life in Hawai‘i, providing food, cultural benefits and recreation. But threats such as overfishing, coastal development and harmful runoff have weakened ocean health — and essential fish populations.
To ensure that the ocean will feed Hawaiʻi's people for generations to come, Conservation International Hawai'i merges traditional knowledge with Western science, conservation tools and strategies for changing how people and business value local, sustainable seafood.
To take part in protecting Hawaiʻi’s vital ocean resources, visit our website at www.conservation.org/hawaii.
To make a donation: www.conservation.org/hawaiidonate