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Get Some Land 9 July 2019

Get Some Land

Please help review the new plot-allocation form

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.

Get a Job! 2 July 2019

Get a Job!

CTAHR majors are in demand

In the June 26 article “College Majors with the Lowest Unemployment,” USA Today listed 25 majors whose graduates are highly employable, along with their average salaries. Members of our ‘ohana will be gratified to learn that no fewer than six of these majors are offered by CTAHR! Alumni in these fields are well on their way to finding fulfilling and gainful employment.

How Does Your Garden Grow? 2 July 2019

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Cooperative Extension offers a seedling-propagating workshop

There’s nothing like the miracle of watching tiny dry grains sprout into lush green plants…and when they can provide healthful, sustainable vegetables, all the better! But making sure that the seeds sprout and caring for them until they become sturdy, strong plants aren’t always so easy. Find out how at the Vegetable Seedling Propagation Workshop.

Where? At the Farm Fair! 2 July 2019

Where? At the Farm Fair!

Useful information for those exhibiting at the Farm Fair

Fair Hours: Saturday, July 13: 9:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; Sunday, July 14: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Location: Kualoa Ranch, 49-560 Kamehameha Highway, Kaneohe, HI 96744

Thank you for representing the college! If you have any questions, please email Rachele Lamosao at rachele@hfbf.org or call her at 292-3208.

Sustainability Through Aquaculture 2 July 2019

Sustainability Through Aquaculture

CTSA newsletter highlights outstanding projects

The latest newsletter from the Center for Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture is out! In his Letter from the Director, Cheng-Sheng Lee notes that projects funded by the CTSA are furthering the important goal of “utilizing aquaculture to decrease pressure on wild fish populations—including marine aquarium species in need of conservation.”

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