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Wild & Scenic Film Festival June 1, 2013 Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu 5-9 pm , Film, Live Music, Food, Prizes

La‘akea Carvalho of Knowledge In Motion is presenting this fun and meaningful event with generous support from many good folks and companies. The event is a membership drive for the Conservation Council for Hawai'i. Tickets are only $10 for members of the Honolulu Museum of Art, $12 for non-members. Tickets may be purchased online or at the door. Our goal is sell out the theatre – 280 tickets! List of films

National Wildlife Federation Recognizes CCH with Affiliate of the Year Award At its annual meeting in Albuquerque in March 2013, National Wildlife Federation honored Conservation Council for Hawai'i as its Affiliate of the Year. At the forefront of major campaigns to help recover imperiled Hawaiian plants and animals on the brink of extinction for more than 60 years, CCH has been NWF's Hawai'i state affiliate since 1971. Read more ...

Seals caught in gill net

Advocates from 26 local and national organizations representing more than 4 million members urge Hawai'i's congressional delegation to secure increased funding to save the Hawaiian monk seal from extinction. Read more ...

Tang in a bag

Citizens and conservation groups take legal action to require the Hawai'i Department of Land and Natural Resources to protect Hawai'i's reefs and coastal areas from unlimited collection of fish and other wildlife for the aquarium trade. Specifically, the groups are asking DLNR to conduct environmental reviews – including an examination of cumulative damage to the state's reefs – before granting permits that allow unlimited aquarium collection of marine wildlife in coastal waters. Read more ...

CCH members adopt amended bylaws in October 2012. Read more ...