The mission of the Kona Soil and Water Conservation District is
of soil erosion,
the conservation of water resources; and
the prevention of floods.
and working with federal, state and county agencies, the district
shall cooperate with and assist managers of public lands, ranches
and farms in North and South Kona Districts; in addition the KSWCD
shall promote and encourage research, and dissemination of information
to achieve the above.
*Coastal resource management
*Flooding and soil erosion
*Community conservation awareness
*Recycling and waste management
*Watershed management planning
*Development and efficient use
of water resources
Soil and Water Resource Concerns, Kuleana, and Actions Overcoming
Challenges & Keeping Kona Green
by: Kona Soil and
Water Conservation District
This book grew
out of a belief that if people knew of our soil and water
resources, how they came to be, and the threats they face,
they would better appreciate and care for them.
the Free 28 Page PDF book.
Are Invited To Join US!
The Kona Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Directors,
Associate Directors, and interested community members meet at 7am
the second Tuesday of every month.
Fall Spring 2017 Newsletter (NEW)
Summer 2017 Newsletter (NEW)
Winter 2017 Newsletter (NEW)
Winter Spring 2016
Fall 2015 Newsletter
Summer 2015 Newsletter
Spring 2015 Newsletter
Final Report, County of Hawaii, Feral
Pig Control Pilot Project, July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 (PDF)
Kona SWCD Feral Swine and Kona Soils
Ungulate Control Methods FINAL Mar 2007
Fall 2014 Newsletter
Annual Report (PDF)
Control Structure Tour
Here to see SW & Pacific Regions' Conference Presentations
Here to see PDF's showing North and South Kona floodways
Here For Kona Aquifiers Map
'11 - Spring '12 Newsletter