The people of Hawai‘i are bound together by aloha ‘āina—our love of the land. Our precious islands and their waters support us and inspire us, nurture us and feed us. They enshrine our history—and, if we care for them, will safeguard our future.
Since 1979, The Trust for Public Land and its donors have worked with local communities and public agencies to conserve the best of Hawai‘i. We’ve protected more land on O‘ahu, Hawai‘i Island, Maui, Kaua‘i, and Moloka‘i. We’ve helped to build national and state parks, and to conserve coasts, cultural landscapes, beaches, farms, and forests.