Hawaii Rangeland Morning

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Hawaii Rangelands

Hawaii rangelands include grasslands, shrublands, woodlands, wetlands, and deserts and can be found on all eight major islands. In fact, half of the state's 4.1 million acres of land can be classified as rangelands. Much of Hawaii's rangelands are managed for livestock grazing while also providing important ecosystem services that sustain our island communities.

Mark Thorne

Featured Videos

  • Twolined Spittlebug on Hawaii Rangelands

    Information on the affect of Twoline Spittlebug on Hawaii Rangelands

  • Twolined Spittlebug: A New Threat to Hawaiʻi's Agriculture

    First detected in 2016 in South Kona, by 2021 the twolined spittlebug (TLSB) had impacted more than 175,000 acres of ranchland on the west side of Hawai'i Island. In this documentary from Visual Resonance Media, learn more about how Hawai'i ranchers are struggling to survive and adapt in the face of this new threat, and the work being done to mitigate the impacts on Hawaiian economy and food security.

Featured Podcasts

  • art of range
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