Our Mission:

To improve the quality of life of the people of Oʻahu by encouraging activities that conserve and sustain our natural, human, cultural and economic resources.

About Oʻahu RC&D

The Oʻahu Resource Conservation & Development Council is an independent non-profit entity that works to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve. While our mission and mandate are broad, recent work has focused on assisting rural enterprises and farmers, while fostering education and adoption of sound conservation practices on rural lands. Several current projects engage farmers in imperiled watersheds, supporting their efforts to reduce soil erosion and water loss.


July 13, 2015

Farm Fair 2015

Mahalo to everyone who visited our educational booth at the 53rd Annual Hawaii State Farm Fair! We would also like to send a big mahalo to […]
July 10, 2015

Grant Funding Available to Farmers

  Grant funding is available to install conservation practices that reduce soil erosion and protect water quality in Kaneohe Bay. Farmers and ranchers in the Kaalaea […]
July 9, 2015

Garden Workshops at the 53rd Annual Farm Fair

We’re bringing back our Garden Workshops! And in celebration of the International Year of the Soil, this year we’re doing our workshops with a soil health […]

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