Monday, February 27, 2012

Kohala Watershed

Group given history of area
Exploring the Preserve
Stopping for a picture

The Kohala Watershed Partnership, Mauna Kea Watershed Alliance, and Three Mountain Alliance hosted a tour of the Kilohana Stream Biodiversity Preserve which is a ten acre parcel of intact wet forest and globally rare species of flowering plants in the Kohala Mountains.  Tour participants included partnership members, landowners, and representatives of various environmental groups and the Department of Land and Natural Resources.  The group spend a few hours to learn the history of Kilohana Stream and look at the various techniques employed to preserve this special resource.

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