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West Maui Mountains Watershed Partnership



Do Not Take Us For Granted!

Our funding comes from government and private source grants.  We do not have a dedicated source of funding. Our total operating budget in 2016 was approximately $800,000, but it would take about three times that to fund the full implementation of our Watershed Management Plan.  We think that is a small price to pay for the value of our watersheds

The protection of West Maui watersheds--our source of fresh, clean water--relies heavily on our ability to generate funds for years to come.  Expanded funds are needed to sustain the progress we have made and to protect more acres.

What WMMWP has accomplished
What our Forests are Worth
What happens to the forest without watershed partnerships?

 

Sources of Funding

We are forever grateful to the generous funders and donors who believe in the work we do.  Without their support, none of our work would be possible.

Current Funders and Donors

County of Maui Department of Water Supply - Watershed Protection Grants

State of Hawaii Division of Forestry and Wildlife - Watershed Partnerships Program

The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii

Atherton Family Foundation

USFWS - Partners for Fish & Wildlife

Hawaii Invasive Species Council

1% for the Planet

Skyline Eco-Adventures

Past Funders and Donors

Alexander & Baldwin Foundation

County of Maui Office of Economic Development

Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation

Kamehameha Schools

Kapalua Maui Charities

National Fish & Wildlife Foundation - NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Grant

State of Hawaii, Division of Forestry and Wildlife - Natural Area Reserve Fund 

State of Hawaii, Department of Health 319 Clean Water Branch

In-Kind Partnership Services

USFWS - Land Owner Incentive Program

USFWS - Hawaii Community Conservation Initiative

USFWS - Private Stewardship Program