This project builds capacity within the Hawaii Grazing Lands Coalition to provide technical assistance for ranchers engaged in grazing activities through workshops, utilizing input from all partners to increase the availability of technical assistance with a focus on historically underserved producers. The project will initiate baseline monitoring of soil carbon analysis and vegetative diversity across geographies and management practices as a first step toward a comprehensive analysis of rangeland ecosystem services in Hawaii. It will also build on and expand previous work to enhance the capacity of ranchers to deliver conservation benefits by providing educational workshops and grazing technical assistance across the state. This project is made possible through support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service Grazingland Conservation Initiative.