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  • Meaning of Malama
    really know what it means Referencing an action a person a way of life mālama relates to our environment culture and everything with which we interact It is something we all should do more of everyday Mālama to take care of tend attend care for preserve protect Mālamalama reduplication of mālama light of knowledge clarity of thinking or explanation enlightenment Hawaiian Dictionary by Mary Kawena Pukui and Samuel H Elbert

    Original URL path: http://www.malamalearningcenter.org/index.php/about-us/meaning-of-malama/5-meaning-of-malama (2015-11-03)
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  • HGCI Spring 2014 Session for Students
    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 Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI Spring 2014 Session for Students Hawai i Green Collar Institute Spring 2014 Session on Ocean Conservation and Careers for Leeward High School Students March 17 21 Monday Friday 2014 8 00 am 2 30 pm times may start later and end later on some days We are now recruiting high school students grades 10 12 from Leeward and West O ahu to learn about environmental issues in your community and future jobs in green collar careers during Fall Intersession break The focus of this session is on protecting our oceans and coastlines There will be field trips hands on activities and good fun All applicants must submit an application form Preference will be given to students who have not attended a previous HGCI session Please download the application materials below or contact us at 692 8200 x2267 or This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information Application deadline is February

    Original URL path: http://www.malamalearningcenter.org/index.php/programs/hawaii-green-collar-institute/110-hgci-spring-2014-session-for-students (2015-11-03)
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  • HGCI Teacher Workshop 2013
    3 part workshop attendance on all days required 8 am 5 pm The workshop has concluded Please let us know if you would like to be informed of future aquaponics workshops Aquaponics aquaculture combined with hydroponics is a great vehicle to achieve learning targets for students of all ages In this workshop series you will be immersed in learning about various types of aquaponic systems and building a small unit

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  • HGCI Spring 2013 Session for Students
    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 Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI Spring 2013 Session for Students Hawai i Green Collar Institute Spring Break Session on Marine Conservation for high school students March 18 22 2013 Mahalo nui loa to Leeward District students from Campbell Nānākuli and Kapolei High Schools who spent their Spring Break with us for our latest Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute session focusing on ocean conservation and careers We had such a great time with them and felt energized by their enthusiasm for learning and for serving their communities Mahalo to NOAA for supporting this session through a Marine Education and Training Mini Grant We also wish to thank all the groups and individuals who helped as speakers and site hosts Pacific Rim Conservation Lindsay Young Camp Mokulēʻia David Turner and Jenta Russell Hoakalei Cultural Foundation Kim Kalama Mālama Maunalua Kimo Franklin NOAA Navigating Change Matt Limtiaco Leeward Community College Aulii Silva Felicia Favero and others State Dept of Land and Natural Resources Betsy Gagne and Hawaiian Astronomical Society It was a

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  • Hawai'i Green Collar Institute
    Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA Marine Education Training and Mini Grant program and other program partners for supporting this workshop Syllabus HGCI Spring 2014 Session for Students Hawai i Green Collar Institute Spring 2014 Session on Ocean Conservation and Careers for Leeward High School Students March 17 21 Monday Friday 2014 8 00 am 2 30 pm times may start later and end later on some days We are now recruiting high school students grades 10 12 from Leeward and West O ahu to learn about environmental issues in your community and future jobs in green collar careers during Fall Intersession break The focus of this session is on protecting our oceans and coastlines There will be field trips hands on activities and good fun All applicants must submit an application form Preference will be given to students who have not attended a previous HGCI session Please download the application materials below or contact us at 692 8200 x2267 or This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information Application deadline is February 7 2014 A 20 program fee is required after acceptance into the program This session of HGCI is conducted by Mālama Learning Center in partnership with Leeward Community College Hālau Ike O Pu uloa Funding is provided generously by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under the Marine Education and Training Mini Grant Program HGCI Teacher Workshop 2013 Environmental Education Workshop on Aquaponics Saturdays March 2 April 27 August 24 2013 3 part workshop attendance on all days required 8 am 5 pm The workshop has concluded Please let us know if you would like to be informed of future aquaponics workshops Aquaponics aquaculture combined with hydroponics is a great vehicle to achieve learning targets for students of all ages In this workshop series you will be immersed in learning about various types of aquaponic systems and building a small unit for your school valued at 200 Training to operate it is included along with time to develop and share lesson plans that support environmental and STEM education Here s a video about our workshop shown on Outside Hawai i on OC16 This session of HGCI is conducted by Mālama Learning Center in partnership with the Hawaiʻi State Teachers Association Funding for this program is made possible by grants from the Nā Lei Aloha Foundation and Synagro Please contact us at 692 8200 x2267 or This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information Informational Flyer Course Syllabus Application Form v HGCI Spring 2013 Session for Students Hawai i Green Collar Institute Spring Break Session on Marine Conservation for high school students March 18 22 2013 Mahalo nui loa to Leeward District students from Campbell Nānākuli and Kapolei High Schools who spent their Spring Break with us for our latest Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute session focusing on ocean conservation and careers We had such a great time with them

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  • Hawai'i Green Collar Institute
    Sustainable Agriculture and Wastewater Recycling Visited Happyponics in Lualualei Valley an aquaponics farm and worked in teams to build aquaponic systems for their schools Also visited Kahumana Farm an organic farm to table operation with an impressive aquaponic system June 8 Theme on Wai anae Waste and Water Issues Synthesis of Program Heard from guest speaker Donna Kahakui U S Environmental Protection Agency EPA Special Agent discussed ideas generated and lessons learned to be taken back to school Informational flyer Teacher application form Student application form Course syllabus for professional development for teachers only This session of HGCI was conducted by M ā lama Learning Center in partnership with Leeward Community College and the Hawai ʻ i State Teachers Association Funding for this program was made possible by a grant from the State Departments of Health and Business Economic Development and Tourism HGCI Spring 2012 Course Mahalo to the students who completed the ne w and exciting course Exploring Green Careers in Hawai i at University of Hawaii s Leeward Community College This independent study course IS299 ran from January May 2012 IS 299 Exploring Green Careers in Hawai i helped students increase their knowledge and skills in their āina focused career interest Students designed their own projects which showed how their pursuit of a green career will lead Hawai i to a more sustainable future They selected projects that focused on directed reading research internships service learning and apprenticeship with a cultural practitioner Download the course flyer and outline Green careers could include a wide range of jobs in areas such as forest and ocean management sustainable agriculture renewable energy and energy conservation recycling and waste management environmental education urban planning green building design Hawaiian cultural preservation native plant propagation and landscaping alternative transportation and more Funding for this program was made possible by a grant to the Mālama Learning Center from the State Departments of Health and Business Economic Development and Tourism For more information about this course contact us via email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call Aulii Silva at 808 455 0555 or Mālama Learning Center at 692 8200 ext 2267 HGCI Winter 2011 Session Over the holidays while most students were snoozing in or hitting the beach 23 high school and college students from Leeward and West O ahu schools woke up very early to attend the Hawai i Green Collar Institute Winter 2011 Program which focused on green jobs in the marine ocean sector Similar to our past HGCI sessions students were exposed to a variety of sites and professionals and participated in hands on projects to give them a better understanding of environmental issues and their potential solutions This session focused on marine systems such as aquaculture marine biological research coastal restoration wetland management and ocean energy The students visited and heard from more than a dozen professionals at NOAA ship Hi ialakai US Fish Wildlife Service Oceanit The Nature Conservancy Kako

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  • Hawai'i Green Collar Institute
    and to the U S Environmental Protection Agency for providing the funding to support this session Please see our Hawai i Green Collar Institute blog for more details about our adventures Below is a photo of the hearty educators after finishing a gardening session at Kōkua Kalihi Valley HGCI Initial Class The Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI was launched in October 2010 for Leeward O ahu high school and college students HGCI s new program introduces students to environmental and climate change issues in their communities and open doors to future jobs in environmental or green collar careers Over four weekends spanning five months October to March students visited sites on O ahu to learn about food sustainability waste and recycling energy and the health of our oceans and streams On these visits they gained hands on experience with jobs that relate to each site and also interact with professionals to better understand those jobs They also worked in teams to complete an educational project studying green careers Our students heard from guest speakers and film makers and visited farms recycling operations and coastal restoration sites They also used their hands to build worm bins monitor energy use in buildings prepare Hokulea s escort boat and control invasive species They learned directly from more than 20 businesses and organizations in the local green industry For more information contact This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 692 8200 ext 2252 HGCI is an educational partnership between the Mālama Learning Center and Leeward Community College Hālau Ike O Pu uloa with initial funding from the U S Environmental Protection Agency Ka Papa O Kakuhihewa Fund of the Hawai i Community Foundation and Walmart Foundation Hawaii Green Collar Institute Flyer http hawaiigreencollarinstitute

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  • Nānākuli Program
    what will be the norm in classrooms of the future We invite you to see the website and the new videos see below to get a taste of the Field School s impact that we know will be far reaching for years to come because the students and teachers involved in the program are destined to be our leaders This program would not be possible without our invaluable Program Partners Nānākuli High Intermediate School Kamehameha School Ka Pua Initiative Marisla Foundation University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa PALS PLACES program University of Hawai i at West O ahu MAʻO Organic Farm Alu Like Project Ho oku i Friends of Honouliuli Kahikai The Cultural Learning Center at Ka ala Mālama Learning Center and Hawaiʻi Green Collar Institute as well as our dozens of speakers and site hosts MAHALO A NUI This is a powerful program not just for students but also for teachers For more information on the program and its curriculum please contact Pauline Sato at pauline at malamalearningcenter org Two new videos for the 2015 program are now online Exploring watershed protection with the Mālama ʻĀina Field School at Nānākuli from Malama Learning Center on Vimeo Exploring water quality with the Mālama ʻĀina Field School at Nānākuli from Malama Learning Center on Here are video clips from our program in 2014 Background In the summer of 2013 we launched a six week course for incoming 8th and 9th graders at Nānākuli High Intermediate School from June 3 to July 12 Teachers Jewelynn Kirkland and Terra Wight with whom we are very familiar were the core teachers supported by Mālama Learning Center staff interns and many resource people They piloted a new curriculum based on the weekly themes of 1 Setting

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