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Cultivating Aloha for Our Lands and Seas

The Hawaiʻi Conservation Alliance is a partnership of organizations and agencies working together to provide unified leadership, advocacy, and collaborative action to conserve and restore native ecosystems and the unique biodiversity of our islands.

For opportunities to learn more about conservation in Hawaiʻi and to get involved in protecting your own community’s natural resources visit Conservation Connections!

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Interested in pursuing a career in conservation? Visit Conservation Career Compass for resources on professional development, insight from current professionals, and opportunity listings.

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Join the Alliance in protecting Hawaii’s most treasured species, ecosystems, and cultural resources. Sign-up to receive our monthly newsletter and learn how you can become involved.  Enter your information to join the Alliance O’hana.


26th Annual Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference (HCC)

July 9-11, 2019
Hawaiʻi Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi

The Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference allows a diverse group of scientists, policymakers, conservation practitioners, educators, students and community members from Hawaiʻi and the Pacific to converge and discuss conservation.


The Alliance promotes strategic environmental stewardship, stimulates community participation in resource management, and leverages capacity across the Hawaiian Islands.

About Us

Founded in 2006, the Hawai‘i Conservation Alliance Foundation (HCAF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with the purpose and mission to support and advance the capacity building, native ecosystem and biocultural conservation work of the Hawaiʻi Conservation Alliance (HCA) through fundraising, advocacy, and strategic outreach and communications.

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