Aʻohe hana nui ka aluʻia
No task is too big when done together
Laulima lit. many hands
nvi. Cooperation, joint action; group of people working together
Over the summer we will be reworking our Hui Laulima program to cover more environmental topics and serve more students. The program will be offered again in the fall semester of 2013. Join our mailing list to receive updates.
Watch the Video Made by our Spring 2012 Students!
About Past Programs
Huliau Hui Laulima is an after-school club open to Maui students ages 12-18 from all schools. Hui Laulima is a great way for students to learn about Maui’s natural resources, potential jobs in conservation, and to meet students from other schools. Students may also be able to use the program to fulfill community service requirements at their school.
last semester’s flyer (click to enlarge)
The program will focus on the past, present and future of natural resource use in these areas and highlight the relationships between these environments. This project will also involve students in the work of nonprofit and community groups working to protect these areas. Each of the three off-site visits will include a service learning project.
This program began in Spring 2012 with a grant from the Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation and was continued in Fall 2012 with funding from the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority’s Natural Resources Program.
Our Spring 2012 Hui Laulima students. Photo by Monica George. Hawaiian Islands Land Trust.
For more program photos click on the “photo gallery” button in the left sidebar.