Using a taro patch in Hawaii, this couple teaches the islands’ values to youths. Dean and Michele Wilhelm mentor young people facing challenging circumstances. Taro farming provides an opportunity for the couple to weave regional culture into the lessons.
Educating for a Sustainable Future
Wrapping up #EarthWeek with the voices of our students: their hopes and fears about the future of the earth, and above all, their deep awareness of the great task that lies ahead. punahou.link/2pNIwsH #BuffBlueGreenPosted by Punahou School on Friday, April 21, 2017
If you have had a chance to fly Hawaiian Airlines this month perhaps you flipped through Hana Hou Magazine and came across Knee Deep in Aloha! Our thanks to Kamal Kapadia and Monte Costa for capturing the essence of the story at Kapalai.
Cultivation of kalo helps at-risk youth learn life skills — and Hawaiian values By: Shawn Ching, News Anchor / Reporter
Hawaii: Swiss Club Members Volunteering on a Hawaiian Taro Farm with Swiss Connections (page 2)
'Aloha Spirit': Initiative Keeps Hawaiian Youths Out of Detention, In Community
A huaka'i is a journey or a trip and we've got a whole bunch of them in store for you. Moanikeala Nabarro and Brenton Awa take on a lo`i in Maunawili.