On Saturday, April 29th, students from around Oʻahu gathered at the ʻIolani School’s Sullivan Center for the 2nd Annual We Grow Hawaiʻi Conference. Students presented on sustainable project ideas for their schools and homes, including composting designs, soil experiments, aquaponics, and more. Students also participated in a hands-on cooking activity, helping to prepare healthy dishes for lunch. If you missed this amazing event, be sure to check out these upcoming opportunities on Oʻahu!
Next Generation Science Standards in the Learning Garden, May 6 -7, Waikīkī School
Sustainable Food Systems for the Secondary Classroom, June 15, 16, 19 & 20, 2017, West Oʻahu
Kū ʻĀina Pā Summer Intensives for Teachers: Create a Standards-Based Garden Program for Your Classroom, June 5-8, Pāhoa, Hawaiʻi Island; July 24-27, Honolulu, Oʻahu