Giant Candy Canes 15 September 2020

Giant Candy Canes

“Kō: Ethnobotanical Guide to Hawaiian Sugarcane Cultivars” gives a fascinating history

Nearly a millennium before Europeans explored the Pacific, Native Hawaiians had already introduced sugarcane to the islands. In fact, they cultivated kō extensively in many ecosystems, using diverse agricultural systems and developing dozens of native varieties.

Ready, Set, Students 15 September 2020

Ready, Set, Students

No in-class? No problem. ASAO is keeping CTAHR students in the loop

Thank you to all who participated in our first CTAHR Virtual Welcome Week, we had a great time getting to know you all of you! If you did not pick up an ASAO Care Package, we have extra packages in the 2nd floor lobby of Gilmore, first-come, first-serve.

Helping 500,000+ 15 September 2020

Helping 500,000+

The 2020 AUW Campaign targets Hawaiʻi residents who need assistance

Economic hardship for Hawaiʻi households has increased dramatically since COVID hit our shores. The AUW helpline has steadied at a 600 percent increase from pre-COVID-19 days. Rent remains the top concern, with health care and employment/income close behind.

A.I. in Ag 15 September 2020

A.I. in Ag

New grant opportunity is due October 5

What’s the first step to establishing a network of “artificial intelligence research institutes” across America? How about sponsoring a new grant opportunity for researchers? The USDA-NIFA, NSF, and other federal entities have joined forces on a new Limited Submission Opportunity (LSO).

Beyond Beginners 15 September 2020

Beyond Beginners

GoFarm Hawaiʻi consults on business plans, grant writing, and a whole lot more.

Financial analysis, marketing support, business plan production, grant writing – perhaps not what you’d expect from a beginner farmer training program.

But as Janel Yamamoto explains in a recent article, GoFarm Hawaiʻi offers services for those already working in the agricultural industry.


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