Mahalo nui for your efforts to remove invasive species and restore the health to our watershed!

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Stream Biodiversity and Restoration

Join the effort! To educate the public about Hawai‘i’s native unique freshwater species and the effect of human influence on their populations, a collaborative effort was established between the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Center for Conservation Research and Training (UH-CCRT) and ‘Iolani School. Together, classroom curriculum and field protocols were developed for use in K-12 public and private schools in the Honolulu area, emphasizing environmental awareness through three sequential freshwater stream and watershed lessons (Figure 1).

More information on stream lessons here.

 Figure 1. Three sequential lessons offered to K-12 public and private schools from UH-CCRT / ‘Iolani partnership

Figure 1. Three sequential lessons offered to K-12 public and private schools from UH-CCRT / ‘Iolani partnership

Video. What happens to stream animals after capture?

With special thanks to ABC stores, EE Ford Foundation, Kokame Family, and 'Iolani School for supporting this work.