Fellows mentioned in this story: Kamuela Enos, Cohort III
From Browadway World:
Hawai‘i organizers will host a virtual workshop taking place May 13-17 to develop project ideas and define priorities for innovation and application of biocultural restoration on coasts and waterways. The workshop will bring together Kanaka Maoli, cultural practitioners, Indigenous and traditional communities, scientists from diverse fields, nonprofits, businesses, government, and more.
Titled "Coastal Biocultural Restoration as a Nexus for Innovation," the workshop features four subtopics: resilience to flooding, tech-enabled coastal and waterway observation and data management, sustainable economic development, and higher education for Indigenous peoples in STEM and resource management.
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