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October 13 Sunday Walk in the Park – CANCELLED

October 8, 2013

Unfortunately due to the government shutdown, the October 13 Free…

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September 30, 2013

Aloha Members and Friends Unfortunately, due to the government shutdown,…

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National Public Lands Day – September 28

September 3, 2013

National Public Lands Day is on Saturday, September 28. Entrance…

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FOREST RESTORATION – Mahalo Volunteers!

May 22, 2013

We want to thank our volunteers and everyone on the…

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March 7, 2013

With the recent sequesteration, many people, agencies and non-profits will…

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Happy 30th Birthday Pu‘u ‘O‘o Eruption

January 3, 2013

Pu‘u ‘O‘o has been erupting since January 3, 1983, making…

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Feb. 20th- Winter Fundraiser: An Evening of Wine, Pupu and Art at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel

January 2, 2013

Join The Friends of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park for our winter…

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December 20, 2012

Thank you everyone for supporting the 2012 Digital Mountain Film…

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Martin LeDuc Memorial Fund

November 20, 2012

MARTIN RICHARD LEDUC – Your time volunteering must be valued…

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2012 Digital Mountain Film Festival – PLEASE VOTE!

November 16, 2012

Friends of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park supports many programs in the…

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Forest Restoration 2012 and Beyond

November 14, 2012

Friends of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park are grateful to all…

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Fall 2012 Newsletter

September 6, 2012

Read our latest newsletters issue:  FHVNP Newsletter Fall 2012

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July 30, 2012

Visit the Institute section (under “Hawai’i Volcanoes Institutes”) of our website and enjoy…

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SILVERSWORDS – A Shared Experience

July 30, 2012

July was the month for BLOOMING SILVERSWORDS.  We had three…

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April 26, 2012

Mamane (shown) are just one of Hawai‘i’s endemic trees that provide habitat and forage for native honeycreeper birds, like this scarlet ‘i‘iwi (Vestiaria coccinea). The bird’s long, decurved bill is used primarily for drinking nectar, especially from the red blossoms of ʻohiʻa lehua trees.

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