Moloka`i is the fifth largest of the main islands of Hawai`i. Built from two shield volcanoes, East Moloka`i and West Moloka`i, the island’s highest point is Kamakou at 4,961 feet on the East Moloka`i volcano.
The forests of this eastern high plateau receive over 300 inches of rain a year. Much of the summit area is protected by the Nature Conservancy in the Kamakou Preserve.
The Nature Conservancy
United States Geological Survey
U.S. Forest Service
State of Hawaii Forest Reserve System
County of Maui: GIS
Hawaii Coastal Geology Group
Water and Weather
Hawaii Association of Watershed Partnerships
East Moloka`i Watershed Partnership
DOFAW Hawaii Watersheds Q&A
Earth Observatory: Little Islands Big Wake
CTAHR Hawaii Forestry Extension
Hawaii Forest Industry Association