1-Pagers on Living Sustainability Over the years, we have developed simple, single sheets to help those interested in living more sustainably learn some new things. Many of these ideas are timeless. These are resources we are happy to make free to the public.
Agricultural Snails Mālama Learning Center is partnering with Bishop Museum to train student interns to be invasive snail experts! They can help teach you about the pests that may be lurking in your gardens, nurseries, and farms.
Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle Mālama Learning Center is helping to curb the spread, and ultimately eradicate the invasive Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle from O'ahu. Learn how you can help!
Hawai'i Environmental Education Alliance This coalition of public and private partners strives to create an informed and engaged island community that values Hawaii's uniqueness and lives sustainably.
Hawai‘i Environmental Literacy Plan Nearly every state in the nation is developing an Environmental Literacy Plan. Join us in implementing the new Hawai'i Environmental Literacy Plan (HELP) that sets a pathway for creating environmentally literate citizens who make wise decisions about our future.
Healthy Recipes Mālama Learning Center often comes across recipes too great not to pass on. Mahalo to all who are willing to share their recipes with our visitors to encourage healthy living.
Ulūlu Translocation Project Mālama Learning Center had the pleasure of creating outreach materials for this ground-breaking and successful conservation project to establish a self-sustaining population of endangered Millerbirds on Laysan Island.
Videos We occasionally have the pleasure of working with students and professionals on creating short videos to educate the larger public about our projects. While many are interspersed on this website, we'd like to share more with you here. We hope you will enjoy these videos as much as we do!
Wai Huihia Kumu Network The Wai Huihia Kumu Network is a concept we are putting into practice that provides a space for teachers with varying levels of experience in 'āina-based education to: come together to exchange knowledge, ideas, and resources; learn from each other as well as from other organizations; and build new skills to help them feel more confident and supported to implement 'āina-based education.
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