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A win-win for natural resources, Hawaii Army National Guard in the Aloha State

March 11, 2018

From the U.S. Army website

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Stretching across several tropical island sites, the Hawaii Army National Guard installation encompasses 1,300 total acres. Some locations are home to rare, threatened, and/or endangered ecosystems and species, which can make managing these areas an immense challenge.

However, the Hawaii Army National Guard Natural Resources Conservation Program was successful enough to earn a 2017 Secretary of the Army Environmental Command award for its efforts to find the right balance between managing unique and fragile ecosystems with important training activities.

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