ʻĀ ʻoia Adriane!

Congratulations to Adriane Raff Corwin for securing a full scholarship to study playwriting at the prestigious Arizona State University. “I will always love Maui,” Adriane told me. “But I just could not pass up on this once in a lifetime opportunity.I care so much about Hawaiʻi and will support the Club’s mission from afar. I … Read more

Who’s fueling RIMPAC?

Today is the start of the Rim of the Pacific Exercise, better known to us as RIMPAC—the largest international maritime exercise in the world. These war games happen every other year, right here in Hawaiian waters, bringing in over 20,000 military personnel from 26 nations, to our remote islands. From today until August 2, military … Read more

Hike with us through 50 years! July-September Victory Hikes

Last quarter, our outings leaders and volunteers had a great time sharing with everyone some of Sierra Club of Hawaiʻi’s greatest accomplishments through Victory Hikes statewide. We visited Wiliwilinui on Oʻahu, Māhāʻulepū at sunset on Kauaʻi, Wailua Iki and Hāmākua on Maui, and Oʻoma through the Ala Kahakai Trail on Hawaiʻi Island. Each Victory Hike … Read more

Water Commission Restores East Maui Streams

The Water Commission announced new in-stream flow standards for the streams of East Maui. The decision fully restores the streams that support families and taro farms, while still allowing for most of the requested off-stream agricultural water use. “This decision looks good on paper, but enforcement will make all the difference in the quality of … Read more

Leave your legacy: ways to give

Mālama i ka honua, cherish the earth. Create a lasting legacy by giving back to the life-sustaining environment. Here are some of the ways you can support the Sierra Club of Hawai‘i’s work to do just that, now and in the future: Annual gifts Every year, more than 500 people make a mission-sustaining gift to … Read more