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UH Ecosystems Work is a Cooperative Extension Program that provides evidence-based problem solving and best practices so conservation and watershed workers can effectively maintain and restore thriving ecosystems and landscapes in Hawaiʻi.



The efforts of UH Ecosystems Work are geared toward realizing the following goals:

Connection to ʻĀina. Communities share a deep sense of kuleana for Hawaiiʻs landscapes. They have an understanding of, vision for, and means of contributing to thriving landscapes and ecosystems.


Support for ʻĀina Stewardship Professionals. Conservation and watershed workers have adequate training and career opportunities


Thriving ʻĀina. Conservation and restoration efforts are effective, evidence-based, and targeting clear objectives


Knowledge Sharing. Conservation and watershed stewards’ knowledge, needs, and practices are identified and communicated among each other, researchers, and boundary organizations.

Recent Highlights


Hawaiʻi Predator Control and Wetlands Workshop
- Abstract Submission Closes February 20 -


The Hawaiʻi Predator Control and Wetlands Workshop has been rescheduled for April 16-18, 2024. The workshop will be held in Kahului, at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC). The abstract submission deadline for the Wetlands and Predator Control Workshop has been extended to February 20th. Please note that to submit your abstract, you need to register. You will find an abstract template at the end of this pdf, as well as other information about topics and format. March 14th is the registration AND payment deadline. Many thanks to the Hawaiʻi Islands Land Trust for facilitating camping accommodations at the Waiheʻe Refuge! Visit the Workshop Website for full details! We look forward to seeing you there!

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