Watershed Conservation

Lāna‘i Hale plays an important role in the water cycle. John Wesley Powell, a scientist geographer, describes watersheds as “that area of land, a bounded hydrologic system, within which all living things are inextricably linked by their common water course and where, as humans settled, simple logic demanded that they become part of a community.”

Here are some of our activities for protecting and enhancing this resource:

Field of green plants with a short silver wire fence running through it with mountain in background


Tall grassy field with herd of white spotted deer standing with cloudy foggy background

Ungulate Control

Forest with cut tree branches piled on ground and five people lifting and moving branches with fog in background

Protection from and control of invasive plant species

Sloped dirt surface with grass and green plants and small trees
photo credit: Don Miller

Erosion Control