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Wild and Scenic Film Festival, Saturday, June 1, 2013

Aloha, everyone! You are invited to attend the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Saturday, June 1, 5-9 pm at the Doris Duke Theatre in Honolulu (doors open at 4 pm).  La’akea Carvalho of Knowledge In Motion is presenting this fun and meaningful event with generous support from many good folks and companies.  He has [...]
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National Attention on Monk Seal Issue Highlights Need for Local Program

National Attention on Monk Seal Issue Highlights Need for Local Program Response to New York Times Magazine article: Local fishermen working together with the Marine Conservation Institute to understand the issues and help create an attitude of coexistence. HONOLULU, HI (May 8, 2013) – A New York Times Magazine article investigating the monk seal killings [...]
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Education EFFORT aims to Improve Wildlife Viewing Experiences for public and protect hawaii’s unique Marine Resources

For immediate release:  April 17, 2013   Education EFFORT aims to Improve Wildlife Viewing Experiences for public and protect hawaii’s unique Marine Resources   Three new PSAs encourage viewing marine wildlife from a distance   HONOLULU – In an effort to better educate visitors and residents about proper marine wildlife viewing, the Department of Land [...]
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Monk Seal Foundation is seeking applicants for part time Development Officer Position

The Monk Seal Foundation is seeking applicants for a part time Development Officer Position. The Monk Seal Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the critically endangered Hawaiian monk seal. The Monk Seal Foundation currently operates programs on Maui, Oahu, Lanai, Molokai, and the Island of Hawaii. Primary Function: Responsible for developing, [...]
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Register Now: Ocean Awareness Training (Spring 2013)

Aloha, We are proud to announce the next session of the popular Ocean Awareness Training which will be held on Thursdays, May 9th and 16th, Saturday, May 18th, and Wednesday May 22nd. Sessions will be held at the NOAA Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary’s conference room in Hawaii Kai (6600 Kalanianaole Hwy, Suite [...]
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