1. Control of Rauvolfia vomitoria in North Kohala
Management of the invasive tree Rauvolfia vomitoria on both public and private land, with the goal of stopping the spread and reducing the population.
2. Kanea‘a-Ponoholo Biodiversity Preserve
Restoration of 500 acres of degraded forest and protection of globally rare species of native snail and flowering plants.
3. Pali Kai Biodiversity Preserve
Restoration of 10 acres of degraded forest and protection of globally rare species of flowering plants.
4. Pu‘u Pili Biodiversity Preserve
Creation of a 270-acre cloud forest reserve to protect native biodiversity and a unique concentration of rare and endangered plant species, as well as native forest birds.
5. Upper Laupāhoehoe Nui Watershed Reserve
Protection of 615 acres of high-yield aquifer recharge areas on windward Kohala Mountain, as well as globally imperiled montane bog ecosystems, seabird nesting areas, and rare/endangered native plants.
6. Kilohana Stream Biodiversity Preserve
Protection of 10 acres of intact native wet forest and of globally rare species of flowering plants.
7. Waimanu Bog Plateau Biodiversity Preserve
Protection of 500 acres of windward cloud forest and unique montane bog ecosystems.
8. Koaiʻa Corridor Native Plant Sanctuary & Restoration Project
Rehabilitation of degraded pastures and reforestation of a two-mile riparian corridor totaling 220 acres, between Waiakamali and Luahine Streams on leeward Kohala. Habitats range from mesic forest to wet forest.
9. Pelekane Bay Watershed Restoration Project
Maintenance and monitoring of a landscape-scale project to reduce the sediment flowing into Pelekane Bay from highly-eroded areas, through fencing, feral goat eradication, sediment mitigation, and revegetation.