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Salvage operations are expected to begin this week to remove a 39’ Coast-Guard documented powerboat “Hoku Kea,” which ran aground Friday evening off Kohanaiki beach, west Hawaii. 
 
Hawaii County closed Kohanaiki Beach Park pending removal of the boat and hazmat. Fuel leaked from the boat onto the immediate area of the beach, and debris from the boat was also found in the area.

Salvage operation for boat aground in Kona to begin this week

Salvage operations are expected to begin this week to remove a 39’ Coast-Guard documented powerboat “Hoku Kea,” which ran aground Friday evening off Kohanaiki beach, west Hawaii. Hawaii County closed Kohanaiki Beach Park pending removal of the boat and hazmat. Fuel leaked from the boat onto the immediate area of the beach, and debris from […]

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Interested people are invited to review and discuss the preliminary alternatives for the management and development of Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park on Hawaii Island at a meeting on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at Konawaena Elementary School.

Community meeting on Kealakekua Bay master plan Saturday (Jan 30)

Interested people are invited to review and discuss the preliminary alternatives for the management and development of Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park on Hawaii Island at a meeting on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at Konawaena Elementary School.

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The Muliwai Trail can be seen zig-zagging up the Western wall of Waipio Valley where it leads to Waimanu Valley. Hawaii 24/7 File Photo

DLNR closes Muliwai Trail, Waimanu Valley campground due to Dengue Fever cases

The Department of Land and Natural Resources has closed the Muliwai hiking trail on the far cliff side of Waipio Valley and its Waimanu Valley campground, following the confirmation of two cases of dengue in Waipio residents.

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DLNR officer charged with sexual assault of girl

A law enforcement officer for the State Department of Land and Natural Resources has been charged with five counts of sexual assault. On January 1, a female minor reported that she was at a beach park in Hilo when the DLNR officer approached her while in uniform and sexually assaulted her.

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DLNR states recreation, research and recovery purposes on Mauna Kea

While workers associated with the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on Mauna Kea on Hawaii Island begin maintenance and repair activities, hunting and other recreational activities and research also continue on the mountain.

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Applications open for DLNR Advisory Council positions

The Department of Land and Natural Resources’ (DLNR) Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW), in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service, is now accepting applications for vacant seats on the Laupāhoehoe Advisory Council (LAC) and the Pu‘u Wa‘awa‘a Advisory Council (PAC) on Hawai‘i island.

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DLNR/DOCARE takes down protesters tent on Mauna Kea

DOCARE officers disassembed, loaded and took as evidence, a large tent that protesters had erected at the 9000 foot elevation level, across the road from the Mauna Kea Visitors Center.

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DLNR closes coastal area parks due to possible tsunami surges

The Department of Land and Natural Resources will keep closed its coastal and low-lying state parks and forest areas (including wildlife sanctuaries, natural area reserves and game management areas) on all islands on Thursday morning until staff are able to monitor adjacent ocean conditions for safety before reopening them.

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Eight people arrested on Mauna Kea early Wednesday (Sept 9)

Seven women and one man were arrested for being present in the restricted area, outlined in the emergency rule passed by the Board of Land and Natural Resources and signed by Governor Ige.

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Mauna Kea observatories. Hawaii 24/7 File Photo

Frequently asked questions regarding Mauna Kea access with the Emergency Rule

MEDIA RELEASE DLNR: Mauna Kea Emergency Rule Frequently Asked Questions July 14, 2015 • What is the restricted area? This is defined as any lands in the public hunting area that includes the Mauna Kea Observatory Access Road and one mile on either side of the Mauna Kea Observatory Access Road. • When are you […]

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The DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement, Hawaii branch telephone lines (808-974-6207 and 974-6208) are experiencing technical difficulties and unable to receive calls. 
Anyone who needs to contact the DOCARE Hawaii Branch should call 808-974-6209.  It's not known how long it will take to make repairs and we will follow-up with an alert once the lines are operable.

DLNR having problems with phone lines, provide alternate phone number

The DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement, Hawaii branch telephone lines (808-974-6207 and 974-6208) are experiencing technical difficulties and unable to receive calls. Anyone who needs to contact the DOCARE Hawaii Branch should call 808-974-6209. It’s not known how long it will take to make repairs and we will follow-up with an alert once […]

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Protection of Hawaiiʻs Native Forest and Watersheds. DLNR Photo

Vandals destroy fencing protecting native plants from invasive animals, repairs to cost over $100K

Nearly two miles of ungulate proof fencing, surrounding the Pu’u Maka’ ala Natural Area Reserve (NAR), built in the early part of this decade, was recently cut and destroyed by vandals. Ungulate fencing is intended to keep feral goats, pigs and other invasive animals away from native plants.

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