U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii Natural Resource Program Reports Prepared by: The Oahu Army Natural Resource Program (OANRP)

Who are we?

OANRP oversees compliance with the Federal Endangered Species Act (ESA), Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act (FWCA), Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA), and the Sikes Act. The goal of the program is to effectively balance the requirements of the Army's training mission with its natural resource responsibilities.

Learn more about our work with rare plants and animals on the U.S. Army Garrison Page

Contact us:


Fax: (808) 655-9177

We are located at: 413 Oahu Street, Building T-1123 Schofield Barracks, HI 96857. Our Hours are Monday through Thursday 7 am - 5:30 pm.

Would you like to volunteer? OANRP offers conservation-based volunteer service trips in several forests on Army land. Please contact Kim Welch or  Celeste Hanley (Ph: (808) 656-7741) for details.

About this webpage: Available here are general announcements, articles, proceedings and annual reports produced by PCSU and PICTHR, under contract with the U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii for the Island of Oahu. Please use the menu (left) to navigate the site.

OANRP Staff. Spetember 2019. Staff organization chart.

Employment and Internship Opportunities with OANRP

Contributions to Conferences

Ecosystem Management Program Bulletins

Ecosystem Restoration Management Unit Plans

Makua & Oahu Implementation Team Plans (Annual Reports). Biological Opinions

Rare Plant 5 Year Plans

Selected research by taxon (rats, slugs, weeds)

OANRP miscellaneous flyers, announcements and reports

OANRP and Cultural Resources Program Standard Operating Procedures

Last updated 09/2019