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06-26-13
Written by Pam Fujii   
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 19:00

BWET: Mahalo nui loa to Punahou summer school teachers and students for welcoming UH botanist and I to their Marine Science Class field trip at Wailupe Mud Flats. UH botanist spoke on “What makes a healthy reef” and “what are invasive algae” and invited the students to join her at the next invasive algae cleanup. Students collected specimens (fish, crabs, clams, loli, etc.) for their classroom aquarium. We heard excited voices as they came across a special critter… nature provided the perfect outdoor classroom for students to experience the thrill of discovery…

Pam Fujii

Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative

 

 
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