Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 'Imi Pono no ka 'Āina summer program.
Throughout the two-week session, students will travel to natural areas across Hawai‘i Island and will participate in hands-on conservation work such as plant propagation, invasive species control, and reforestation. Students will engage in curriculum that includes science, journaling, ʻōlelo Hawai'i, and geography.
'Imi Pono is based out of Hilo and open to students in grades 6th - 12th. Transportation from Ka'u and Volcano can be provided. Supported by Kamehameha Schools, the program is free of cost to all participants.
Applications are available on the Three Mountain Alliance web page http://threemountainalliance.org/students/. All applications are due by April 28, 2017 and must be either mailed or dropped off at the Hawai'i Division of Forestry and Wildlife office located at 19 E. Kāwili St in Hilo between 9:00am-4:00pm.
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