Hawaii does not have a specific state agency or organization dedicated solely to irrigation regulation or certification. However, here are a few resources that may provide information and assistance regarding irrigation practices and water management in Hawaii:
1. Hawaii Department of Agriculture:
2. University of Hawaii at Manoa – College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR):
3. Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation:
4. Hawaii Association of Watershed Partnerships:
It’s important to note that regulations and requirements related to irrigation may vary based on local ordinances and water management districts in Hawaii. Therefore, it is advisable to consult with local municipalities, water authorities, or agricultural extension offices for specific guidance and any potential local licensing or certification requirements that may exist.
Additionally, contacting local irrigation professionals, landscapers, or industry associations in Hawaii may provide more specific and up-to-date information regarding irrigation practices and resources in the state.
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