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If anyone knows about diversified agricultural operations across the state, itʻs Dole Hawaiʻi. And now this mainstay of local farming has a need for an Agricultural Management Trainee to learn to oversee all phases of Dole Hawaiʻi agricultural operations. This includes field maintenance, land preparation, mulching, planting, harvesting, spray application, irrigation and transportation; and product processing, packing and shipping. The hiree will develop supervisory skills, acquire State of Hawaiʻi pesticide applicator certification, and become familiar with union contracts.
Apply online or email your resume and salary requirements.
Our former fiscal person, Megan Parker, is now on Guam working with environmental education. She gave a presentation today at the Marianas Terrestrial Conservation Conference. You can find a recording of her presentation on the Tano Tasi yan Todu facebook page. I thought it was great to see that she's actually doing natural resources management in her new job. Her presentation starts at the 2 hours 30 minutes mark and finishes at 2 hours 35 minutes mark. She then answers questions for 10 minutes after her presentation.
16 June 2021
Our NREM graduate student Olivia Wang is quoted in this article! Olivia is working on Pueo in Dr. Melissa Price's lab
Last month, approximately 60 volunteers entered the gates of the Oʻahu Urban Garden Center, via staggered entry times. The occasion was UGC Volunteer Orientation Day! Given a stressful year of COVID-19 precautions, our CTAHR Extension agents, faculty, and staff had many activities ready and waiting to welcome back the returning – and new – UGC volunteers. Maps and instructions were provided to orient the volunteers to sign-in areas and new locations for first-aid kits, hand sanitizer, tool sheds, gardens, and more. We hope you enjoy this short VIDEO of the revitalized grounds, which is looking better and better each day, thanks to the many, many hands making light work. Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to everyone who contributed and participated in the revitalization of this important community resource and its alignment with CTAHR’s mission. A special aloha to: