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East Maui Watershed Partnership

"The overall mission of EMWP is to protect the Watershed from degradation by protecting native forests and their component native species as well as educating the local community about conservation and other issues relating to watershed protection."


Upcoming Events

  • MWA Info Session

    07/05/2016

    Join us at the Hui Noʻeau Visual Arts Center along with artist Mike Neal where we will explain what it means to enter MWA.  We will share ideas on how to research species “Native to Maui Nui” along with what the eligibility requirements are for the exhibit.  EMWP and Hui staff will be on hand

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  • MWA Artist Hike-Boardwalk

    07/08/2016

    Journey into Maui’s Native forest and end up immersed in a place that is the same as it was before the arrival of humans to this island. Hike is 3miles round trip, moderate-strenuous with about 700ft elevation change on uneven terrain. The hike takes place within The Nature Conservancy’s Waikamoi Preserve.       Contact

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  • MWA Artists Hike – Birdloop

    07/20/2016

    Enter into a gulch filled with Native Honeycreepers, Hawai‘i Koa, Ōhi‘a trees and ferns. Learn about this magical place and why native species hold such great importance to our way of life. Hike is easy-moderate, 1.25 mi roundtrip on uneven terrain. The hike takes place within The Nature Conservancy’s Waikamoi Preserve. Contact EMWP to sign

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