South Kohala Coastal Partnership
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South Kohala Conservation Action Plan
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'Anaeho'omalu marks the southern edge of the South Kohala priority area.
The Ala Kahakai National Historical Trail corridor extends through and beyond the South Kohala Priority area and is a great way to walk your watershed along the coast.
Did you know there are 52 CORAL educational signs statewide? There are some in South Kohala. Can you guess where this one is?
Pohinahina (Vitex rotundifoliai) is an indigenous plant of Hawaii that grows along sandy beaches, dunes and rocky shorelines. It is often used as a ground cover in landscaping to help reduce erosion.
All photos in this gallery were taken by Julia Rose or Sierra Tobiason unless noted otherwise. To view more photos of South Kohala Coastal Partnership projects, events and activities follow us on
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