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Second Chick Demonstrates Seabird Attraction Success At Palmyra Atoll

Wednesday, 12 June 2024, 8:02 pm | The Nature Conservancy

A second grey-backed tern chick has been documented at Palmyra Atoll, further validating that seabird attraction efforts are working. Science volunteers Oliver Dunn and Cassidy Crittenden observed the chick in mid-May as part of their monthly monitoring on Barren ... More >>

Seaweed And Mussel Farming Increases Wild Fish Populations

Tuesday, 28 May 2024, 8:52 am | The Nature Conservancy

A research project by the University of Auckland and the University of New England assessed the diversity and abundance of wild fish and invertebrates on farms growing kelp and/or mussels compared to non-farmed sites in the Hauraki Gulf and the Gulf ... More >>

David Okita Receives The Nature Conservancy’s Kāko‘o ‘Āina Award

Saturday, 4 November 2023, 6:05 pm | The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy, Hawai‘i and Palmyra (TNC) announces the presentation of the Kāko‘o ‘Āina Award to David Okita, a pilot who has been working with TNC to support conservation of Hawai‘i Island’s watersheds for four decades. “It ... More >>

Partnership Celebrates Launch Of Kanu Ko‘a, First Community-Led Coral Reef Restoration Project On The Island Of Hawaii

Wednesday, 1 November 2023, 4:39 pm | The Nature Conservancy

On October 30, 2023, The Nature Conservancy, Hawai‘i and Palmyra (TNC) and the Kaūpūlehu Marine Life Advisory Committee (KMLAC ) launched Kanu Ko‘a (“Planting Corals”), the first community-led coral reef restoration project on the Island ... More >>

Celebrating World Tuna Day

Wednesday, 3 May 2023, 9:55 am | The Nature Conservancy

This year on World Tuna Day, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Hawai‘i and Palmyra announces the expansion of the first drifting Fish Aggregation Device (dFAD) partnership with commercial purse seine tuna vessels in the Pacific Ocean. The partnership formally ... More >>

Logging destroys Solomon fish stocks

Wednesday, 6 November 2013, 3:07 pm | The Nature Conservancy

A marine scientist is warning Solomon Island landowners that logging will kill nearby reef fisheries within a decade leaving future generations with neither timber nor marine resources to support their families with. More >>




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