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    of a shared vision among educators conservation groups businesses and community members to create an innovative learning center in Kapolei to promote healthy sustainable living in an island environment Our programs offer hands on learning opportunities for youth and adults Participants gain real life experience with innovations that integrate culture and tradition with technology and science By actively engaging area residents in nurturing each other and their environment we strive to unify West O ahu around a shared ethic of caring and conservation Upcoming Events October 24 WOW Making Herbal Salves Registration Closed October 29 Mākeke Kapolei 4th Anniversary Celebration Details coming soon Every Thursday Mākeke Kapolei a farmers and green market at Kapolei High School 3 00 6 30 p m Watch new videos made by for M ā lama Learning Center Exploring watershed protection with the Mālama ʻĀina Field School at Nānākuli from Malama Learning Center on Exploring water quality with the Mālama ʻĀina Field School at Nānākuli from Malama Learning Center on Being Good Neighbors with the Hawaiian Monk Seal Part 1 from Malama Learning Center on Vimeo Youth Challenge Academy Service Project at Kauhale Preserve from Malama Learning Center on Vimeo Calabash Cooks 2015 An evening

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    of a shared vision among educators conservation groups businesses and community members to create an innovative learning center in Kapolei to promote healthy sustainable living in an island environment Our programs offer hands on learning opportunities for youth and adults Participants gain real life experience with innovations that integrate culture and tradition with technology and science By actively engaging area residents in nurturing each other and their environment we strive to unify West O ahu around a shared ethic of caring and conservation Upcoming Events October 24 WOW Making Herbal Salves Registration Closed October 29 Mākeke Kapolei 4th Anniversary Celebration Details coming soon Every Thursday Mākeke Kapolei a farmers and green market at Kapolei High School 3 00 6 30 p m Watch new videos made by for M ā lama Learning Center Exploring watershed protection with the Mālama ʻĀina Field School at Nānākuli from Malama Learning Center on Exploring water quality with the Mālama ʻĀina Field School at Nānākuli from Malama Learning Center on Being Good Neighbors with the Hawaiian Monk Seal Part 1 from Malama Learning Center on Vimeo Youth Challenge Academy Service Project at Kauhale Preserve from Malama Learning Center on Vimeo Calabash Cooks 2015 An evening

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  • ABOUT US
    state of Hawai i MLC evolved as a collaborative response to serve two area needs Kapolei High School KHS wanted to build a performing arts auditorium for the community and an environmental group wanted to establish a conservation learning center Community members joined the effort and the resulting hybrid is MLC a private non profit organization envisioned as a place in West O ahu that brings art science conservation and

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  • PROGRAMS
    limu fish production and key features of the wall and heard from respected community leaders such as Stephanie Dunbar uncle Mac Poepoe uncle Walter Ritte and aunty Penny Martin regarding topics of aloha āina We also took an impromptu trip to Hālawa valley and learned about some of the legendary mo olelo of Moloka i This workshop was inspired and is dedicated to the late Uncle Henry Chang Wo who so generously shared his love and knowledge of limu with communities across Hawai i Mahalo nui loa to our generous sponsor the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA Marine Education and Training Mini Grant program for providing funding to run this workshop as well as our program partners For Ewa Pono and the Hawai i State Teachers Association We also want to send out a special mahalo to Hui o Kuapā for coordinating the speakers and site activities and providing a wonderful space to work and learn alongside each other HGCI PD Course Being Good Neighbors the Hawaiian Monk Seal Story This class is now in session and registration is closed We are excited to offer a new course just for teachers to explore the Hawaiian marine environment This course will give K 12 teachers the opportunity to learn first hand from scientists and resource managers working with the endangered Hawaiian monk seal and other marine creatures about problems and issues being studied and solutions in which their students could be engaged Teachers will become familiar with many resources available to them to design STEAM Science Technology Engineering Art and Math lessons that will match their course objectives that are aligned with Common Core State Standards Next Generation Science Standards and General Learner Outcomes The course will be based at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association NOAA Inouye Regional Center

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  • CALENDAR
    HELP RESOURCES CONTACT US BLOGS Sign up for E Newsletter Thank you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First

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  • NEWS
    Help of MLC Midweek September 12 2012 Students to Tend Kahiwelo Gardens Midweek West O ahu Islander July 11 2012 Walmart Opens in Kapolei Kapolei FYI newsletter April 2012 Educator Wins Fellowship Midweek West O ahu Islander December 7 2011 pages 2 and 3 To Market To Market Honolulu StarAdvertiser October 21 2011 Malama Learning Center Dry Box Workshop The Voice of Kapolei May 11 2011 MLC Helps Schools Grow Plants Fish Midweek West O ahu Islander February 16 2011 Hawaii Green Collar Institute to Hold Film Presentation and Speaker Panel Hawaii News Now January 3 2011 Living Laboratory Earns 100k Pledge Honolulu Advertiser March 24 2010 Local Design Firm Wins International Award Hawai i Business Magazine February 2010 Follow the LEEDERS Flux Magazine January 2010 Folks Find Treasure in Trash Mid Week West O ahu Islander Jan 13 2010 Mālama Learning Center Workshop Offers Tips on Recycled Holiday Gifts Honolulu Advertiser December 13 2009 Be Green 2 New Environmental Education Center in West Oahu by Kirk Matthews KHON2 News November 24 2009 The Malama Learning Center Aims to Protect West Oahu s Natural Beauty The Hawaii Independent Sept 23 2009 Schools for the future create fine thinkers commentary by Al Nagasako Honolulu Advertiser December 7 2008 Grant Seeds Green Growth at Malama Learning Center West Oahu Islander October 29 2008 Going Hands On Green at Kapolei High KHS Students are drafting their blueprint for O ahu s Second City Hawaii Herald May 2 2008 Learning Center a Model of Sustainability by Pat Gee Star Bulletin Apr 28 2008 Kapolei Sets Sustainable Example Second City students forge the future with energy alternatives Honolulu Weekly April 16 2008 issue On the Drawing Board Honolulu Magazine April 2007 issue Within Reach For Ka ala Farm s Eric Enos and friends the key to sustainability is in our hands by Catherine Lo Honolulu Weekly December 6 12 2006 Big Crowd is Turned On By Energy Saving by Karen Blakeman Honolulu Advertiser Oct 16 2005 Not Another Dickey Roof Is a Hawaiian sense of place ruining local architecture by A Kam Napier Honolulu Magazine February 2004 issue Learning From Nature the environment and the arts blend in the design of a Kapolei school s center by Susan Essoyan Star Bulletin Oct 12 2003 Mālama Learning Center Paints the Way to a Sustainable Future in Kapolei November 2014 Mālama Learning Center and Dupont Pioneer Break Ground on a Hawaiian Cultural Garden November 2014 Makeke Kapolei Back to School Supply Drive July 2014 Recruiting Applicants for Educator Workshop on Ocean Conservation and Careers May 2014 Pacific Links Hawai i Gifts 100 000 to Local Non profits April 2013 Synagro Donates 5 000 to Support Aquaponics Education for Leeward O ahu Residents February 2013 Leeward Oʻahu High School Students Immersed in Green Careers October 2012 Synagro Donates 6 000 to Support the Hawai i Green Collar Institute September 2012 Leeward Oʻahu High School Students to Study Green Careers During Fall Break August 2012 Hands on Study of

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  • HOW TO HELP
    to Hawaiian Electric for selecting our organization for this wonderful gift The goal of the Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative is to create a sustainable koa forest on the slopes of Mauna Kea that will add to the biodiversity of the islands provide native habitat and sequester carbon from the global atmosphere year round Recently one of our students Glenn Hiro who we have gotten to know quite well through the Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute Mākeke Kapolei and the Go Green Club just completed his Senior Project at Kapolei High inspired by what he learned from us He decided to work on reducing plastic bag waste by converting old t shirts into stylish shopping bags and developing a marketing plan to sell them With some help from family members and friends he created several designs of bags and sold them at Mākeke Kapolei then donated all funds raised to the Mālama Learning Center What a great and thoughtful guy We are thankful to Glenn his family and teachers and hope that his example inspires others to do their part to help their community Read more Donate Grants Calabash Cooks MAHALO NUI LOA to all who made Calabash Cooks on April 18 2015 a huge success Photos courtesy of Vicky and Honolulu Pulse Calabash Cooks 2015 An evening of cuisine and culture benefiting the Mālama Learning Center from Malama Learning Center on Vimeo Calabash Cooks Mālama Learning Center s signature culinary fundraising event took place on April 18 2015 at the Kapolei High School Plaza This exciting event featured some of Hawaii s favorite chefs including special guest Chef Chair Zach Sato Executive Chef of Merriman s Maui and local favorite Chef Co Chair Mark Gooch Noguchi of Pili Group Other restaurants and caterers included Miso Ale NuiKealoha Kaʻahaʻāina Café Ori Ann s Vegan Kitchen Firehouse Nani Kore Pono Plates and Hurricane Heat Kapolei s award winning culinary arts program As participants ate their way around the world they were treated to live entertainment from a variety of cultures including Chinagu Eisa Okinawan style taiko Shakti Dance Movement and Devi Dance Company tribal fusion belly dance Hālau ʻO Kaululauaʻe and Hālau Nā Maka O Ka Lauaʻe hula accompanied by Kanai ʻ a and Friends and vocals by David Adler rhythmic folk originals and Hawaiian Style Band singer songwriter Wade Cambern Our Country Store and Silent Auction held locally made goodies and one of a kind special items Kapolei High School students were involved in just about every aspect of the program gaining real life experience that will prepare them for life after high school Calabash Cooks 2015 was a wonderful way for the community to come together to celebrate the cultures that make up the melting pot of Hawaiʻi The proceeds of this event will benefit the Mālama Learning Center and our mission to teach and inspire communities to create healthy living environments Event Program Mahalo to our sponsors for supporting the Mālama Learning Center and making ticket prices affordable PUA LAHA

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  • RESOURCES
    about our projects We hope you will enjoy these videos as much as we do Ulūlu Translocation Project Mālama Learning Center had the pleasure of creating outreach materials for this ground breaking and successful conservation project to establish a self sustaining population of endangered Millerbirds on Laysan Island Click here for downloadable materials Healthy Recipes Mālama Learning Center often comes across recipes too great not to pass on Mahalo to

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