Maui Nui Botanical Gardens was granted $7,000 from the Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation in support of high school and college student outdoor service learning in native Hawaiian seed storage and plant propagation. Garden staff will train and supervise volunteers in preparing wild collected seeds for drying and propagating native plants from the Garden’s plant collection. The public native plant garden manages a seed bank for Maui County native plant populations, which provides conservation land managers materials for research and future restoration. Space is limited; students enrolled in high school or college who are seeking volunteer experience required for graduation are encouraged to call Maui Nui Botanical Gardens at 808-249-2798.
- U.S. Forest Service receives $1.6M grant to study hybrid ecosystems in Hawaii
- Maui Association of Landscape Professionals
- Charter school receives $48,000 grant for farm-to-school program
- Hawaii Seed Crops
- Hawaii’s Seed Crop Industry: Current and Potential Economic and Fiscal Contributions
- Garden teachers cultivate new ideas