The Times Takes Notice 26 May 2020

The Times Takes Notice

Alumnus David Shepard’s botanical-print masks are featured in New York Times

Besides working as an assistant horticulturist at Lyon Arboretum, David Shepard is the designer of his own line of men’s and women’s clothing, which uses place-based Hawaiian botanical prints to raise awareness of and funding for conservation causes. Now the alumnus of CTAHR’s Deptartment of Tropical Plants and Soil Sciences has begun creating tropical-themed face masks.

Decapitating Invaders! 7 May 2020

Decapitating Invaders!

PEPS professor weighs in on the murder hornet

Entomologist and invasive species expert Dan Rubinoff was interviewed by KHON about the scary possibility that the highly aggressive “murder hornet” recently discovered in the Pacific Northwest will make its way to Hawai‘i…and what the effects will be if it does reach our shores.

Eating Local: How and How Much? 30 April 2020

Eating Local: How and How Much?

Honolulu Magazine consults CTAHR on a critical issue

Any answer to the question “Can We Ever Eat All Local in Hawai‘i?,” the subject of a recent Honolulu Magazine article, depends significantly on CTAHR’s work in education, research, and community outreach. So it’s fitting that the article features several members of the CTAHR ‘ohana, including ag economist and assistant Extension agent Sarah Rehkamp, MS alumnus Gabe Sachter-Smith, and GoFarm Hawai‘i graduate Rob Barreca.

Ramp Up the Science 3 April 2020

Ramp Up the Science

MBBE professor calls for investment in medical research to save lives and the economy

We must use all scientific tools at our disposal, including fast and accurate testing and more effective treatments, to shorten the course of the epidemic and lessen its devastating effects on human life and the economy, MBBE professor David Christopher argues in a recent Star-Advertiser editorial.

CTAHR (Heart) Gardens 27 February 2020

CTAHR (Heart) Gardens

Master Gardener program highlighted in Honolulu magazine.

Volunteer Master Gardeners and the CTAHR agents who coordinate and guide them are encouraging local residents to grow their own food! They contributed to an article in Honolulu magazine’s Family section that helps those with little to no gardening experience start their own gardens.


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