CTAHR NEWS

Get Some Land

Please help review the new plot-allocation form

Get Some Land

One of the greatest assets of the college is its research and experiment stations, with their knowledgeable and dedicated managers and agricultural technicians and their priceless land on which to conduct variety trials, livestock feeding experiments, and more. Now the county administrators have been working on revising plot-allocation forms into a single document to more effectively manage project requests in terms of land, ag tech hours, and the other resources that go into establishing and maintaining an agricultural experiment.

In the Employees section of the CTAHR website, click on “Facilities” on the left side, and then the “Revision to Plot Allocation Request (Draft)” just below the two Plant and Animal Plot Allocation documents.

This draft plot-allocation form was revised based on discussion at a CTAHR Leadership meeting. Please review this document and send your comments to any county administrator or Associate Dean for Research Walter Bowen by Friday, August 30.

Print
Tags:

Renaissance Agent

Molokaʻi Extension welcomes Marshall Joy

Positioned for Growth

Thesis explores a clonal rootstock program for cacao in Hawaiʻi

Bad Seed

USDA investigates packages of unsolicited seeds from China

Fire and Rain

SOEST and CTAHR document the first hurricane to cause both flooding and multiple fires.

Bringing UH to Cambodia

FCS joins a $1 million project to study socioeconomic and environmental shifts.

Sweet!

Learn about Native Hawaiian sweet potato varieties

Vegetable Garden Isle

Extension agents feed the hungry with the fruits of their research

Soil Rx

Extension offers conference on soil health

Mama Cows

Agent offers webinar on choosing heifers for cow/calf producers

Fashion Fights COVID

FDM alumna’s fashion-forward scrubs benefit Hawaiʻi Food Bank

The Sponge Microbiome

Zoom in July 28 for a childhood fascination turned hard science

Go(Help)Farm

Positions open at farmer-training program. Deadline is July 17.

World of Plants

Virtual conference offers expanded resources

Honors in the Lab

HNFAS student is recognized for poultry research

Student Columnists

Read all about Family and Consumer Sciences in the Maui News

Contact ASAO

Check out this directory for different services

AI Is Eye-Opening

Mealani Station shares an important technique with CTAHR faculty

Campus Reopening

Provost Bruno will host virtual forum 2:00 p.m. Thursday (TOMORROW)

On-Target Genome Editing

Study aimed at children’s diseases could help boost agricultural production

A Garden Isle Welcome

New county administrator joins the Kaua‘i Extension ‘ohana

‘Awa, Anyone?

Pu‘u O Hoku Ranch offers a CTAHR-exclusive discount

What Lies Beneath…

Find out June 30 how plant roots influence the soil in which they grow

Convocation Memories

Links to Spring 2020 graduation video and grads now available

How Can We Help?

Human Development and Family Sciences develops a quick guide to coping

12345678910Last