Civil Cafe presents Hiking Hawaii: Risks & Rewards
Thursday, June 26, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (HST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Hawaii is a hiker's heaven, so it's no surprise there is a passionate and connected community across all the islands to take in the diverse geography.
That also means there are a host of issues that come into play, whether it's about safety, liability, carrying capacities, public lands, or caring for the trails. What are the risks and responsibilities involved? How do tourists fit into the picture? Civil Cafe will cover all that and more.
Join the conversation as we talk with:
- Denby Fawcett, author, "Secrets of Diamond Head: A History and Trail Guide;" and renowned journalist
- State Sen. Laura Thielen, former chairwoman of the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources
- Curt Cottrell, DLNR Parks Division assistant administrator
- John Hall of the Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club
Follow the discussion on Twitter with #CivilCafe. Or log on to civilbeat.com for the livestream and live chat.
The event is FREE so come as you are, but please kokua and RSVP here just so we have a good head count.
And if you attend in person, you will received a FREE Hawaii Perks card, which offers discounts at dozens of your favorite Hawaii restaurants and retailers. Visit hawaiiperks.com for more info.
Parking is available at Fresh Cafe, at the adjacent building on 839 Queen St, and nearby street parking. Questions? Email us: email@example.com.
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Civil Beat is the largest news outlet dedicated to public affairs reporting about Hawaii. Our focus is on investigative and watchdog journalism, in-depth enterprise reporting, analysis and commentary that gives readers a broad view on issues of importance to the community.
Civil Beat has quickly become one of the most respected news sites in Hawaii. Our journalists have won dozens of state and regional awards and Civil Beat has been named the best news website in Hawaii for the past three years by the Society of Professional Journalists.
Civil Beat also hopes to foster community discussion by providing a place where citizens can debate important issues in a civil manner, free from cheap shots and personal swipes. Our goal is to challenge our leaders to do better. We are the watchdogs of the public’s trust and we take seriously the mission to ensure our government and civic leaders are not abusing that trust.