With extraordinary foresight, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, great-granddaughter and last royal descendant of Kamehameha the Great founded Kamehameha Schools in 1887. Today, over 5,000 students are enrolled in campuses on three islands and an additional 23,000 are served annually through community-based and scholarship programs, and collaborations with educational and community organizations. Through some of the program they teach people how to install fences.
Revitalization of the Fishpond Practitioner. A presentation by Hiʻilei Kawelo of Paepae o Heʻeia, Heʻeia Fispond.
Where the Current Continues To Renew Itself. A presentation by Lily Dudoit of Teen Vogue.
Environmental Kinship & Kanaka Naming Practices. A presentation by Katrina-Ann Kapã’anaokalaokeola