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  • National Historic Trail

    Ala Kahakai

    the Island of Hawaii, HI

    Established in 2000 for the preservation, protection and interpretation of traditional Native Hawaiian culture and natural resources, Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail is a 175 mile corridor and trail network of cultural and historical significance. It traverses through hundreds of ancient Hawaiian settlement sites and over 200 ahupua'a (traditional sea to mountain land divisions). Connect now.

  • National Park

    Haleakalā

    Kula, Maui, HI

    This special place vibrates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture and protects the bond between the land and its people. The park also cares for endangered species, some of which exist nowhere else. Come visit this special place - renew your spirit amid stark volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rain forest with an unforgettable hike through the backcountry.

  • National Park

    Hawai'i Volcanoes

    Hilo, HI

    Volcanoes are monuments to Earth's origin, evidence that its primordial forces are still at work. During a volcanic eruption, we are reminded that our planet is an ever-changing environment whose basic processes are beyond human control. As much as we have altered the face of the Earth to suit our needs, we can only stand in awe before the power of an eruption.

  • National Historical Park

    Kalaupapa

    Kalaupapa, HI

    When Hansen's disease (leprosy) was introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, King Kamehameha V banished all afflicted to the isolated Kalaupapa peninsula on the north shore of Molokai. Since 1866, more than 8000 people, mostly Hawaiians, have died at Kalaupapa. Once a prison, Kalaupapa is now refuge for the few remaining residents who are now cured, but were forced to live their lives in isolation.

  • National Historical Park

    Kaloko-Honokōhau

    Kailua-Kona, HI

    To survive in a hot and arid environment the native Hawaiians (kanaka maoli) used ancient fishing skills, including the building of fishponds, and the knowledge of the location of precious fresh water (wai) that flows into the many brackish pools throughout the park. The spirit of the people (poe) and the knowledge of the elders (kupuna) created a tradition of respect and reverence for this area.

  • National Historical Park

    Pu`uhonua O Hōnaunau

    Honaunau, HI

    Imagine you had just broken the sacred laws, the kapu, and the only punishment was death. Your only chance of survival is to elude your pursuers and reach the Pu'uhonua, a place of refuge. The Pu'uhonua protected the kapu breaker, defeated warriors, as well as civilians during the time of battle. No harm could come to those who reached the boundaries of the place of refuge.

  • National Historic Site

    Pu`ukoholā Heiau

    Kawaihae, HI

    How many places in America can you walk in the footsteps of a king? Where else has a stranded sailor risen up to become a great chief over an entire island? Where else can you experience the culminating event of a people, foretold from centuries past? And where else can you stand on a beach and watch as sharks pass over a submerged temple? Experience all this & much more only at Pu`ukohola Heiau!

  • National Monument

    World War II Valor in the Pacific

    Honolulu, HI,AK,CA

    World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument preserves and interprets the stories of the Pacific War, including the events at Pearl Harbor, the internment of Japanese Americans, the battles in the Aleutians, and the occupation of Japan.

American Battlefield Protection Program Grants

  • Remote Sensing Survey Field School At Kane'ohe Bay

    American Battlefield Protection Program - $18,700 grant, 2000
    Partner: University of Hawaii

Certified Local Governments

  • Kauai County

    Lihue, HI

    Certified Local Government - since 1987

  • Maui County

    Wailuku, HI

    Certified Local Government - since 1991

Federal Lands to Parks Transfers

  • Aloha Stadium

    STATE OF HAWAII

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 55 acres

  • Hist Fish Pond

    MAUI COUNTY

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 3 acres

  • Kapolei Regional Park

    CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 16 acres

  • Kaunakakai Range Lights Park

    MAUI COUNTY

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 4 acres

  • Laupahoehoe Beach Park

    HAWAII COUNTY

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 1 acres

  • Makalapa Park

    CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 6 acres

  • Makapuu Point State Park

    STATE OF HAWAII

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 35 acres

  • Makua-Ka'Ena Pt. State Park

    STATE OF HAWAII

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 47 acres

  • Manana Kai Neighborhood Park

    CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 4 acres

  • Nakalele Point Lookout

    MAUI COUNTY

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 5 acres

  • Pauwela Point Park

    MAUI COUNTY

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 3 acres

  • Ted Makalena Golf Course

    CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 136 acres

  • Vista Point

    MAUI COUNTY

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 1 acres

  • Waipahu Cultural Garden Park

    CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

    Federal Lands to Parks Transfer - 4 acres

Historic Preservation Tax Credit Projects

  • Alexander & Baldwin Building

    Honolulu, HI

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $3,430,000 completed in 2007

  • Haiku Bank

    Haiku, HI

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $100,000 completed in 1900

  • Nanbu Building

    Kapaau, HI

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $450,000 completed in 2000

  • Thomas Guard House

    Hilo, HI

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $310,000 completed in 2004

Land & Water Conservation Fund Grants

  • Central Oahu Regional Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $725,000 grant, 2004
    Partner: City And County of Honolulu

  • Diamond Head State Monument

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $200,000 grant, 2005
    Partner: HI Department of Land And Natural Resources

  • Ewa Mahi Ko Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $600,000 grant, 2009
    Partner: City & County of Honolulu

  • Geiger Community Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $632,554 grant, 2007
    Partner: City And County of Honolulu

  • Hanapepe Cliffside Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $42,000 grant, 2005
    Partner: Kaua'i County

  • Hanapepe Heights Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $42,000 grant, 2005
    Partner: Kaua'i County

  • Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $214,625 grant, 2002
    Partner: HI Department of Land And Natural Resources

  • Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $100,000 grant, 2010
    Partner: Department of Land And Natural Resources

  • Isaac Hale Memorial Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $520,824 grant, 2004
    Partner: Hawai'i County

  • Isaac Hale Memorial Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $350,000 grant, 2008
    Partner: County of Hawaii

  • Kahalu'u Community Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $100,000 grant, 2002
    Partner: City And County of Honolulu

  • Keolonahihi State Historical Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $600,000 grant, 2005
    Partner: HI Department of Land And Natural Resources

  • Lahaina Recreation Center

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $300,000 grant, 2001
    Partner: Maui County

  • Lahaina Recreation Center

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $220,000 grant, 2002
    Partner: Maui County

  • Lahaina Recreation Center

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $450,000 grant, 2009
    Partner: County of Maui

  • Lanai Park & Tennis Courts

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $100,000 grant, 2002
    Partner: Maui County

  • Lava Tree State Monument

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $200,000 grant, 2009
    Partner: Dept. of Land & Natural Resources

  • Makana Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $190,000 grant, 2002
    Partner: Maui County

  • Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo And Gardens

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $290,000 grant, 2010
    Partner: County of Hawaii

  • Paupau Beach Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $49,748 grant, 2001
    Partner: Cnmi Lands And Natural Resources

  • Pohoiki Boat Ramp

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $350,000 grant, 2008
    Partner: County of Hawaii

  • Vidinha Stadium

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $430,000 grant, 2004
    Partner: Kauai County

  • Wailua River State Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $150,000 grant, 2009
    Partner: Dept. of Land & Natural Resources

National Register of Historic Places

Preserve America Grants

  • Developing the Visitor Infrastructure for Chinatown

    Preserve America - $150,000 grant, 2007
    Partner: City & County of Honolulu - $150,000 contribution

  • Ewa Villages Heritage Tourism Plan: Preserving Hawaii's Plantation Communities

    Preserve America - $51,727 grant, 2007
    Partner: Hawaii State Historic Preservation Office - $52,727 contribution

Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Projects

  • Hawai`i Capital Cultural District Open Space

  • Hawaii Island Trails And Railway

    Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Project - 43 trail miles, 2010
    Partner: Path - Peoples Advocacy For Trails Hawai'i

  • Ka`u Gateway Community

  • Kaena Point Restoration And Recreation

    Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Project - 3 trail miles, 2010
    Partner: Friends of Ka'ena

  • Kawainui-Hamakua Marsh Interpretation & Public Use Outreach

  • Mana Plain Wetland Conservation

  • Mauna Kea Watershed Protection

    Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Project - 7 trail miles, 2008
    Partner: Hawaii Department of Land And Natural Resources

  • One Voice For Livable Islands And Leeward Bikeway

    Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Project - 14 trail miles, 2009
    Partner: One Voice For Livable Islands

  • Pu U Mali Habitat Restoration

Save America’s Treasures Grants

  • Bishop Museum

    Save America’s Treasures - $50,000 grant, 2002
    Partner: Bishop Museum - $50,000 contribution

  • Chamberlain House

    Save America’s Treasures - $310,000 grant, 2002
    Partner: Mission Houses Museum - $401,362 contribution

  • Kaloko Fishpond

    Save America’s Treasures - $166,744 grant, 2001
    Partner: Kaloko-Honokau National Historical Park - $166,744 contribution

  • Kilauea Point Lighthouse

    Save America’s Treasures - $257,713 grant, 2009
    Partner: Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, U.s. Fish - $257,713 contribution

  • Royal Mausoleum / Mauna Ala, Honolulu

    Save America’s Treasures - $300,000 grant, 2009
    Partner: Hawai'i Maoli - $300,000 contribution

  • U.s.s. Missouri

    Save America’s Treasures - $300,000 grant, 2000
    Partner: Imls - $300,000 contribution