Kilohana Stream Biodiversity Preserve


Kilohana Stream Biodiversity Preserve

Protection of 10 acres of intact native wet forest and of globally rare species of flowering plants.
KWP Partners:

Objectives:

  1. Inspect and repair 0.5 mile of conservation fencing
  2. Control invasive species (kahili ginger, banana poka)
  3. Monitor rare native plant populations
  4. Involve community volunteers in watershed management.

Total Annual Budget:

  • $7,500

Funder:

  • State of Hawaiʻi
Clermontia species

One of the endemic Clermontia species found in this jewel of native forest on the upper leeward slopes of Kohala.

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