Foundation / Corporation
Hawai‘i Tourism Authority (HTA)
07/05/19 4:30 PM HST
Contracts for services generally starting at $25,000 to Hawaii nonprofit organizations and government agencies to protect and preserve the State's natural resources. Funding is intended for projects and events that aim to improve, manage, and protect natural resources that are found in the land, air, or water (fresh water or ocean). Projects must take place in the State of Hawaii.
Past Aloha ‘Āina projects have included: efforts to remove alien species; projects to re-plant and reestablish native plants and animals; trash removal from natural resources areas; development and installation of interpretive signage to educate visitors about environmental assets; support for rangers and volunteers to provide information on proper ways to interact with Hawai‘i’s wildlife; programs to increase stewardship of the environment by residents and visitors; and repair and maintenance of trails, restrooms, parking areas, and other physical amenities at heavily used sites.
Natural Resources are a vital element in HTA’s Five Year Strategic Plan. HTA strives to respect, enhance and perpetuate Hawai‘i’s natural resources to ensure a high level of satisfaction for residents and visitors by:
1. Improving value-added amenities at natural resource sites.
2. Exploring innovative means to repair, maintain and improve Hawai‘i’s natural resources.
3. Raising awareness of all stakeholders about the responsible use of natural resources.
4. Increasing collaboration among government agencies, the visitor industry, and the community.
5. Raising awareness of commercial operators, information providers and others about the responsible use of natural resources.
6. Reviewing and enforcing rules and develop certification programs for commercial operations in natural resource areas.
The HTA would like to encourage applicants to consider incorporating and implementing “green” practices into programs and/or projects. These practices could include, but are not limited to, efforts such as:
1. Increasing recycling efforts;
2. Minimizing waste production;
3. Buying local;
4. Minimizing printing and limiting number of handouts;
5. Using recycled products such as paper for printing;
6. Using more environmentally friendly products or biodegradable products;
7. Providing transportation alternatives such as car sharing or park and rides;
8. Conserving water;
9. Ensuring your venue has an environmental sustainability policy; and/or
10. Incorporating energy efficient practices
GrantWatch ID#: 160124
Applicants can apply for amounts of up to $250,000, with awards generally within the $25,000 to $100,000 range.
Project Term: Project occurring during Calendar Year 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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Ronald D. Rodriguez, Contracts Specialist / Procurement Officer
Evita Cabrera, Contract Specialist
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Hawai‘i Tourism Authority
1801 Kalākaua Avenue
Hawai‘i Convention Center, First Level
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96815
County of Kaua‘i
Nalani Brun, (808) 241-4952
City & County of Honolulu
Sharleen Oshiro, (808) 768-3893
County of Maui
Ipo Mossman, (808) 270-7992
County of Hawai‘i
Frecia Cevallos, (808) 961-8505
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