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End of Year ʻĀINA Garden Harvests

May 29, 2020

Several ‘ĀINA Schools have found ways to continue caring for and harvesting from their gardens while maintaining social distancing and taking extra safety precautions. Kainalu Elementary volunteers masked up to harvest kalo from their Grade 4 Hawaiian Gardens. Kahala donated their kalo harvest...

ʻĀINA At Home!

May 29, 2020

Our ʻĀINA community has been busy creating fun videos inspired by our ʻĀINA Curriculum:

  • Hold and Pick It Song - SBES students Toa and Tama sing the “Hold and Pick It” song from the Grade 1 Good Buddy Garden Unit to remind us how to gently harvest from our garden plants. See their...

Blanche Pope Elementary Continues ʻĀina-Based Learning Through School Closures

May 29, 2020

Blanche Pope Elementary teacher Lily Utaʻi has maintained her focus on aloha ʻāina through the sudden shift to distance learning. Earlier this year a group of seven students shared stories and photographs of the variety of ways they mālama ʻāina together as the Blanche Pope ʻĀina Warriors at the...

ʻĀINA In Schools Resources

May 29, 2020

As times are changing, we and many organizations have been sharing virtual lessons and at-home activities to help keep students and their families engaged, while also maintaining our connection to the natural world. The ʻĀINA In Schools curriculum is a great way to do that!


ʻĀINA In Schools Featured in Hawaiʻi Farm to School Hui Talk Story Series

May 29, 2020

 

The Hawaiʻi Farm to School Hui recently hosted a School Garden Talk Story Series for school garden educators, support organizations, and school garden advocates across the state.


Twenty eight educators and school garden partners tuned into the Curricular Resources and Distance Learning...

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