Hawai'i conservation alliance

1998 Hawai’i Conservation Conference

July 30-31, 1998 • Honolulu, HI

Presentations at the 1998 conference highlighted the enhanced understanding and progress towards ecosystem restoration, native species recovery, alien species control, ecological economics and successful public awareness campaigns. Concurrent panels discussed four distinct conservation issues: community participation and volunteerism in resource management; dry forest recovery efforts; conservation benefits of certifying sustainable forestry; and a strategic approach to native invertebrate conservation. The keynote address, Coming Face-to-Face With Sustainability, was given by Hal Salwasser of the USDA Forest Service, Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry.

Program Book with Abstracts