Various Publications featuring our programs

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With everything that has been happening and the media attention that our programs have been attracting, there have been a few articles written about the programs and the staff. 

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Some of our board members and staff have been featured in academic papers that have been presented at different conferences at both the national level and internation level.


Preserving Knowledge, Restoring Limu Abundance Growing a Network of Limu Practitioners

By Josh McDaniel - Ka Pili Kai Online Magazine (Ho‘oilo 2019)

Waimānalo health-research project success due to community participation

By Theresa Kreif - Uinversity of Hawaii News (November 19, 2019)

One Path To Better Health For Native Hawaiians May Be In Their Backyards

By Ku`uwehi Hiraishi - Hawaii Public Radio (October 30, 2019)

Oahu Nonprofit Uses Backyard Aquaponics To Promote Healthy Eating

By Eleni Gill - Honolulu Civil Beat (October 3, 2019)

Concerns about the lack of limu off Waimānalo's shores sprouted a powerful movement

By Moanike'ala Nabarro - KITV 4 Island News (January 4, 2019)

Bringing Sanctuary to Hawai`i Seaweed

By Liza Simon - Ka Wai Ola (December 2018)

Helping Waimānalo families use aquaponics, improve health

By Theresa Kreif - Uinversity of Hawaii News (October 8, 2018)

The Undersea Gardeners : Love a reef, plant limu

By Hunter Haskins - Hana Hou Magazine (August/September 2018)

Restoring the Bounty of Seaweed in Waimānalo

By Ku`uwehi Hiraishi - Hawaii Public Radio (July 23, 2018)

Academic Journals

Integrating Native Hawaiian tradition with the modern technology of aquaponics

IUHPE – Global Health Promotion Vol. 26, Supp. 3 2019

Waimānalo Pono Research Hui: Establishing Protocols and Rules of Engagement to Promote Community-Driven and Culturally-Grounded Research with a Native Hawaiian Community

The British Journal of Socail Work (July 9, 2019)

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