Hawaii Association of Conservation Districtslast updated: January 2009

The Hawai‘i Association of Conservation Districts (HACD) encompasses 16 Soil & Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs) throughout the State of Hawai‘i. Since its inception in 1954, HACD has worked to coordinate and facilitiate local partners and governmental agencies in identifying and implementing projects and practices with cultural sensitivity to assure the protection of Hawai‘i's environment.

Goals of the Hawai‘i Association of Conservation Districts are to:
1.Promote the conservation and protection of natural resources within the State of Hawai‘i.
2.Support responsible use of agriculture, rural, conservation, and urban lands.
3.Educate the public about soil and water conservation policies and programs.
4.Encourage active participation and cooperation among public and private organizations in promoting soil and water conservation within the State.
5.Work with member Districts in developing and promoting legislation needed to facilitate and support the work of the Conservation Districts.
6.Pursue assistance from all available sources on local, state, and national levels to ensure the greatest conservation benefits to the natural resources and the people of Hawai‘i.

Contact Hawaii Association of Conservation Districts

Michelle Watson
Executive Director
99-193 Aiea Heights Drive
Suite 110
Aiea, Hawaii  96701-3900
Phone: (808) 483-8600
Fax: (808) 483-8619


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Honolulu County, Hawaii

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