Hanauma Bay Lectures See ‘Changing World’
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve’s free public lectures for May are under way and focus on research of “A Changing World.”
The remaining programs begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays in the park’s Cynthia M. Bond Memorial Theater:
May 9 – “Listening to a Superstorm: Lessons of Hurricane Sandy for Coastal Cities & Managers” by UH Manoa graduate students
May 16 – “Managing Interdependent Resources Together: the Case of Groundwater and Kiawe” by Kim Burnett of the UH Economic Research Organization
May 23 – “Starting Small but Starting Loud: Catalyzing Community Based Management of Small-Scale Fisheries” by Kirsten Oleson, assistant professor of natural resource and environmental management, and Tom Oliver, researcher at Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
May 30 – “Making the Most of our Rain: Water Catchment and Rain Gardens for Residents” by Todd Cullison, executive director of Hui o Ko’olaupoko.
For more information, call the UH Sea Grant Hanauma Bay Education Program at 397-5840.