• Halema`uma`u Just Before Dawn

    Hawai'i Volcanoes

    National Park Hawai'i

After Dark in the Park Video Archives - June 26 2012

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June 26th, 2012 - "Hawai'i Island: In the Line of Fire!"

Increased drought, development near wildland areas, an influx of invasive fire-prone vegetation, and human-caused ignitions have created hazardous conditions placing many human and ecological communities in Hawaii at risk of wildfire. Since 2002, the Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization (HWMO) has been working collaboratively with agencies, landowners, communities, and researchers to plan and implement projects to reduce the risks and impacts of wildfires. Join Elizabeth Pickett, Executive Director of HWMO, for a presentation based on the national Ready, Set, Go! Program to learn what residents and communities can do to prepare their families and protect their homes from future wildfire events.

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Did You Know?

Glowing, reddish-orange lava flowing on the surface at Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park

Kīlauea Volcano has erupted lava almost continuously from its east rift zone since 1983. These lava flows have added about 500 acres of new land to the southern shore of Kīlauea and covered 8.7 miles (14 km) of highway with lava as deep as 115 feet (35 m). More...