Conservation Council for Hawai‘i (CCH) is one of Hawai‘i’s oldest and most effective wildlife organizations. Since 1950, we have been on the forefront of the environmental movement in Hawai‘i and a leader in shaping some of the most important environmental policies and programs in the Islands.
As the Hawai‘i state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, we have a voice on Capitol Hill on national issues affecting Hawai‘i.
What We Do
Our work takes on many forms, some of which are listed below.
From grassroots to national networks, we amplify our impact through collaboration.
We advocate for effective policies, management, and legislation.
Our impact is amplified by the involvement of our diverse membership.
We create and distribute educational materials for people of all ages.
Connecting People with Nature
From guided bird walks to invasive species removal and reforestation projects.
Manu o kū Festival
An annual celebration of the Manu O Kū (white tern), a beloved native species.
Our members and supporters include scientists, Native Hawaiian practitioners, farmers, fishers, hunters, educators, students, artists, photographers, business owners, community leaders, and elected officials.
We are united by our aloha for wildlife and commitment to protecting the Hawaiian environment for the benefit of the people, the culture, and the economy.