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East Hawai‘i 4-H was a huge presence at the Hawai‘i County Fair—participating both as volunteers and producers. In fact, they set four state records for produce—including a 20+ pound kalo and 137+ and 2+ pound tomato.
For CTAHr, fall semester isn't officially underway until the welcome back event with its ice cream eating contest and other festivities. About 200 students, faculty, and staff turned out for the 27th annual event
Natural Resources and Environmental Management Assistant Specialist Clay Trauernicht was tabbed (again!) by local media to comment on a wildfire burning in Hawai‘i. He is the college’s resident expert on grass and forest fires.
CTAHR Specialist Halina Zaleski assists in American Samoa’s first swine disease survey in two decades.
CTAHR student traveled east and west recently to present their work—on sweet potato prebiotics in Okinawa and and nematode control in Virginia.
Choosing, funding, and using irrigation systems and conservation groundcovers was the focus of a Cooperative Extension workshop for orchardists at the Kona Extension Office and Research Station.
Glen Fukumoto and Jonathan Deenick teamed up to teach poultry waste composting and soil fertility to Myanmar farmers and officials through a USAID–funded Farmer-to-Farmer workshop series.
Anerobic biodigester technology has improved the quality of life for Cambodian farmers, turning animal waste to fuel and fertilizer, thanks in part to MBBE researcher Samir Khanal.
Maui Master Gardeners helped homeowners select appropriate trees and TPSS’s Noa Lincoln described his research on the staple food crop during the Valley Isle’s first La ‘Ulu (Breadfruit Day).
Conservation Hawaiian Style
Pesticide Risk Reduction Education, Hawaii island
Pesticide Risk Reduction Education, Oahu
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