Category Archives: Puu Makaala NARS Expansion

Hawaii Fishing News: (Hunting News – The People’s Hearing: Hunting)

In case you have not seen the April edition of Hawaii Fishing News, check it out now while there may still be some issues available. This issue has a great story by Bob Duerr on MKRUG’s efforts to get the hunter’s issues before our legislative representatives.

Hawai’l island hunters held a series 01 protests at the […]

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Snaring: Is this any way to do game management?

Since the early 1990’s DLNR has been using snares to eradicate the wild pig in the forests of Hawaii.  Denying that the pig as a cultural tradition in the forest and intent on eliminating it,  DLNR and its partners like The Nature Conservancy, Volcanoes National Park and Hakalau Bird Refuge continue to kill pigs by […]

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“The People’s Hearing:Hunting”- Saturday, Feb 25, 2012, 5:00pm

“The People’s Hearing:Hunting”
The Mauna Kea Recreational Users Group is hosting a legislative hunting hearing: “The People’s Hearing: Hunting.”  The meeting is open to all interested in hunting or public access rights on public lands. The hearing will be held on Saturday February 25  from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Nani Mau Gardens, 421 Makalika Street.
The […]

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Board Minutes relating to Puu Makaala NARS & Kulani

The Board Minutes relating to Puu Makaala NARS & Kulani have been published. See item C-1 on page 7 and D-3 on page 9.
BLNR Minutes

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Pre-Consultation on Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Pu’u Maka’ala Natural Area Reserve (NAR) Management Plan

Received by MKRUG 10/13/10:
October 11, 2010
TO: INTERESTED AGENCIES, ORGANIZATIONS and INDIVIDUALS
Re: Pre-Consultation on Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Pu’u Maka’ala Natural
Area Reserve (NAR) Management Plan (Hawai’i, South Hila and Puna Districts)
Please send comments on the project by November 15. 2010
Click images below for the document.

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HTH – Group challenges decision on Kulani 9/24/10

By PETER SUR Tribune-Herald staff writer
An advocacy group is challenging the state land board’s decision earlier this month transferring Kulani lands and the former Kulani Correctional Facility to the state Department of Defense.
Kat Brady, representing the Honolulu-based Community Alliance on Prisons, and two other individuals requested a contested case hearing during the Sept. 9 meeting […]

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Army Road has an interesting history – Kent Warshauer – HTH

An interesting column from years ago in the Hawaii Tribune-Herald.

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Public Access – Former Kulani Prison

As you may have seen in the Hawaii Tribune-Herald, the Land Board eliminated military use of the former Kulani Prison site.  Approved by the Board was the use of the former prison compound itself and the pasture area for use by the Youth ChallNGe Academy with the remainder going to the Puu Makaala NARS expansion.
In […]

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HTH – Puna rep faces three challengers 9/13/10

Representative Faye Hanohano speaks on Kulani issue. From HTH article:
A retired corrections officer, Hanohano heads the House Public Safety Committee. Her bill to audit the Department of Public Safety — emphasizing the closure of Kulani correctional facility and the state’s contracts that send local inmates to privately-run […]

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HTH – Military Use of Kulani Nixed

Hawaii Tribune-Herald Story

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