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Public Draft 10-5-09

Objective 2.2

Improve natural habitat in stream and estuary to allow for the recruitment and return of native species. Explore the establishment of permanent in-stream flow minima to maintain aquatic habitats through drought conditions, in cooperation with other landowners in the watershed

COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

Goal 1

Restore native coastal ecosystem on Lāwa‘i Kai Beach

Objective 1.1

Objective 1.2 Objective 1.3 Objective 1.4 Objective 2.1 Objective 3.2

Assist State and Federal agencies in tracking and monitoring green sea turtle activities, habitat, and populations Improve and maintain nesting habitat for green sea turtles Ban nighttime lighting on beach and coastal areas Eliminate maintenance vehicle tracks on beach Maintain Lāwa‘i Kai as a safe haven for monk seals Reduce or remove feral cat populations (same as Landscape Resource Plan, Objective 5.2)

Goal 2

Educate the public about the unique resources and ecosystem of Lāwa‘i Kai Beach and Bay

Objective 4.1

Train staff, tour guides, and volunteers to educate the public

Goal 3

Improve the marine resources of Lāwa‘i Kai Bay

Objective 5.1

Objective 5.2

Improve the marine habitats in Lāwa‘i Kai Bay for feeding, resting, and reproduction of resource species. Gather and record traditional knowledge of cultural practices of the area.

RECREATION AND COMMERCIAL

Goal 1

Manage recreational and commercial activities at Lāwa`i Kai Beach and Bay

Objective 1.1

Objective 1.2

Objective 1.3 Objective 2.1 Objective 3.1

Objective 3.2 Objective 4.1

Create the Lāwa‘i Kai Special Subzone to encourage an integrated resource management approach Develop a public access policy that will protect this natural area from excessive use in the future Manage human activity on the beach through adoption of rules Ban nighttime lighting on beach and coastal area Form the Lāwa‘i Kai Resource Advisory Committee to create a strong relationship between the community and the DLNR Establish a “Makai Watch” program for coastal and marine resources Maintain numbers of motorized and non-motorized activity at existing levels.

Lāwa`i Kai Special Subzone Master & Management Plan

Appendices Page 17- 5

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