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Mahalo to the organizations that have provided funding for dryland restoration and education
Kamehameha Schools
Department of Hawaiian Home Lands
National Association of Counties
Friends of Hawaii Charities
National Science Foundation
Dept. of Land and Natural Resources /Division of Forestry and Wildlife
USDA Forest Service
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Hawai’i Tourism Authority
West Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization
Hawai’i Forest Institute
Change Happens Foundation
Atherton Family Foundation
Arthur Lawrence Mullaly of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation
Kukio Fund of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation
Bill Healy Foundation
Cooke Foundation
Education through Cultural & Historical Organizations (ECHO)
County of Hawaii Public Works
Federal Highways Administration

With the support of so many and those yet to join us, we believe the dryland forests can survive and once again thrive. We respectfully ask you to join our efforts and help bring to fruition the words of the original stewards of Hawaii’s lands: E ola ‘ may there be life.


Jack Jeffrey
Robert Cabin
John Kitchen
Yvonne Yarber (Carter):

To contact us:

Dryland Forest Working Group
c/o Hawai’i Forest Industry Association
P.O. Box 66
‘O‘ōkala, HI  96774
Phone: 933-9411

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