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Dry season is here, and the risk of wildfire is ramping up. How can producers protect their farms? Clay Trauernicht, Extension specialist in wildfire science and management in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, is partnering with O‘ahu Cooperative Extension to offer a webinar on “Assessing and Reducing Wildfire Risk on Your Farm.”
Joseph DeFrank of the Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences is offering a Worker Protection Standard (WPS) training TODAY, Friday, June 5, at 10 a.m. at the Magoon Research Facility. Training must be done annually, so if your WPS training is expiring soon or you have new assistants who need training, please consider attending.
The Agricultural Diagnostic Service Center apologizes for the inconvenience.
Cooperative Extension is offering an online informational session exclusively for producers TOMORROW, Thursday, May 28. Participants will learn about research trials and innovative production practices being conducted around Hawai‘i. They’ll also take home organically grown ginger, turmeric, and other goodies.
“Hands” is one of the four “H’s” of 4-H, and O‘ahu 4-H youth and volunteers have been putting their hands to good use in this time of high need! Over the past month, they’ve sewn more than 1,000 masks and donated them to health care workers, military personnel, postal workers, Extension agents and staff, houseless individuals, and more!