CTAHR Cooperative Extension Service
(Hawai‘i’s unique and precious tropical island environment and its broad biological,
physical, and social diversity enrich the lives of local residents and provide an
inviting setting that attracts visitors from all corners of the world. The sustainability
of natural resources, stability of agroecosystems, and quality of life of Hawai‘i’s
people are intrinsically dependent on the judicious use and management of our land
and other resources. This section provides information and links to CTAHR’s work
in natural resources such as forestry, agroforestry, the Renewable Resources Extension
Act program, and links to other sites.)
Forestry and Agroforestry
CTAHR’s Forestry Extension home page. Many resources on native and exotic trees,
forestry research, demonstrations and other resources.
Hawai‘i Renewable Natural Resources
Home page for Hawai‘i’s Renewable Natural Resources and activities of the Renewable
Resources Education Act (RREA).
CTAHR's rainwater catchment program promotes health and sustainability using rainwater catchment for domestic, commercial and agricultural purposes, locally and worldwide.
Information on CTAHR’s Water Quality Extension Program.