Author Archives: Keomailani Eaton

Sign up for Botany classes!

Are you still looking for a class to fulfill your DB or DS requirement for the upcoming 2019 Fall Semester? Then register for a Botany course!! 🌿

See flyer below for more details. For more information, please contact Mike Ross at

Restoring Waikīkī: A Paneled Event

Join us for a conservation-driven panel about the history and moʻolelo of Waikīkī.
6:00 – Blessing and light dinner
6:30 – Panel Starts
7:30 – Q&A Discussion
Learn about:
– Efforts to restore the Ala Wai Watershed
– Strategies in cleaning up flow water
– Plans to restore the freshwater infusion to the nearshore
– Islandwide restoration of limb beds
– Lessons we can learn from Waikīkī to avoid in
other areas
This event is a collaboration with Ala Wai Watershed, Limu Hui, Hawaiʻi Council For Humanities, Center for Oral History, Kapiʻolani Community College and Hawaiʻi Public Radio.