Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Whatʻs Up with Kahu Kuuna

Well if youʻre interested.... This semester's Kahu Kuʻuna class got cancelled for low enrollment. Attrition bites! Well, that doesn't mean the program is dead... we just gotta figure out how to recruit more students and keep them interested. A few of my students however continue to be active in resource management. Two are currently doing an internship with KS and Tom Dye and Associates doing collections inventory and we are planning a summer class for them as well that is connected to the PIPES Natural Resource Management program at UH-Hilo. I am also planning a two day workshop to learn plane table mapping... so thongs are still moving in the positive despite a little setback....

mai poina.... malama ka ʻāina e kokua kakkou

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