Resilience Projects

PROJECT NOTES

The resilience projects included here directly contribute to building climate resilience through our natural and working lands. They include, but are not limited to, watershed protection, forest conservation & restoration, wildfire mitigation, coastal ecosystem restoration, and food security.  

This Provenance Document details what is included in the Resilience Projects spreadsheet, and why.

This list provides a starting point for climate-smart resilience investments, but is not a comprehensive list of such projects statewide. 

SOURCES AND PRIMARY CONTACTS

The following sources were consulted in compiling this projects list, last updated on August 14, 2021. If you wish to add to this list, please contact us. 

DIVISION OF AQUATIC RESOURCES (DAR)

RYAN OKANO | ECOSYSTEM PROTECTION PROGRAM MANAGER, DAR

NATURAL AND WORKING LANDS RESEARCH GROUP (NWL)

LEAH LARAMEE | NATURAL RESOURCE PLANNER, DOFAW

JOHANIE RIVERA-ZAYAS | POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW, UH MĀNOA

SUSAN CROW | ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF SOIL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOCHEMISTRY, UH MĀNOA

DIVISON OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE (DOFAW)

Congressional delegation requests and CIP requests

CO-DEL: LEAH LARAMEE | NATURAL RESOURCE PLANNER, DOFAW

CIP: EMMA YUEN | NATIVE ECOSYSTEMS PROGRAM MANAGER, DOFAW