Restoration Ecology: Principles and Practice in Kaua'i

Jewels of the Pacific: A Journey to Remember

Leading up to our journey to Kauai, we convened regularly to discuss the environmental, sociocultural, historical and to some degree […]

Plastics, Zodiacs and Whales, Oh My!

Plastics, Zodiacs and Whales, Oh My!

On day four of this amazing Hawaiian gallivant, we went whale watching.  An uncomfortable, yet excited irony was tickling my […]

Malama ‘Aina to guarantee food accessibility and sustainability in Kauai

The Hawaiian words malama and aina have many different meanings in English. However, these words are very important to understand […]

Traditional knowledge as a strategy for resouces management

Traditional knowledge as a strategy for resouces management

In August 2014 Hawaii Governor David Ige signed into law the first ever Community Based Subsistence Fishing Area (CBSFA) for […]

An unforgettable moment…

Limahuli National Botanical Gardens is a 1,000 acre preserve set in place to maintain the purity of the Limahuli stream […]

Poi Day

A few of us rose before dawn and loaded into Carlhey and Rebecca’s van, groggy but eager. Each Thursday, the […]

Sustainability through Native Hawaiian Taro Plant Farming Practices

Sustainability through Native Hawaiian Taro Plant Farming Practices

Operating as a community-based non-profit program, the Waipa Foundation in Hanalei Bay in Kauai, Hawaii, works exhaustively to honor and […]

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