`Ewa `Āina Education Initiative
A professional development program designed to promote collaboration between the teachers and Hawaiian stewards of land and culture throughout the `Ewa Moku to create ʻāina-based curriculum and learning opportunities for the youth of the region.
Program Instructors & Managers
The Mālama Learning Center is a non-profit organization that brings art, science, conservation, and culture together to promote sustainable living throughout Hawai'i. Learn more
Hui o Ho`ohonua is a non-profit focused on engaging community and schools on the restoration of Pu`uloa (Pearl Harbor) to abundance through its Mālama Pu`uloa Program. Learn more
Life-long career as an environmental and 'āina-based educator in Hawai`i, nurturing and mentoring students, teachers, early career professionals, and staff. She currently serving as the Executive Director of the Mālama Learning Center
Experienced `āina-based educator currently serving as the Education and Community Partnerships Coordinator at the Mālama Learning Center
Experienced environmental and `āina-based educator currently serving as the ʻĀina-Education Specialist at the Mālama Learning Center.
Recently retired science teacher with 37 years of experience in `āina-based program development. Currently the Executive Director and Educational Coordinator at Hui o Ho`ohonua, an `Ewa Community Non-Profit
Mentor Teachers from the `Ewa Region: Campbell-Kapolei, Pearl City-Waipahu, and Aiea-Radford-Moanalua Complex Areas
`Āina Site Stewards and cultural practitioners from the `Ewa Region