Child and Youth Fair
 

Technology for
Environmental
Assessment,
Conservation, &
Health

a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation

 


In the News

 

Maui Weekly Feature Article

13 August 2009 - We are pleased to have a feature article in the Maui Weekly.

 

Grant Award from the Walk the Talk Fund at the Hawai'i Community Foundation

August 2009 - We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded a $1,000 gift from the Walk the Talk Fund at the Hawai'i Community Foundation to support our technology curriculum for our Akeakama'i o Mo'omehia Hawai'i Kamali'i no enrichment program with the purchase of geocaching equipment.

 

Grant Award from NOAA's B-WET program for Malama i Na kamali'i kokua nui O holomoana: to nourish our child’s voyage of stewardship

June 2009 - We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded a $75,000+ grant under NOAA's B-WET Hawaii program. Kihei Charter School, the Department of Land and Natural Resources, TEACH Maui Inc., and the Kihei Canoe Club partnered together with the vision of engaging children in the proactive process of problem solving the environmental and cultural issues facing Maui. The project will provide outdoor classroom experiences for over 500 Maui students. The project is broadly focused on the coastal environment of the moku of Honua’ulu, with specific effort in the Ahihi Kinau Natural Area Reserve (NAR), a 2,045-acre site located Maui County’s Makawao land management district. The project will also provide a summer cultural program through the Kihei Canoe Club.

 

Grant Award from the Leiter Family Foundation for Akeakama'i o Mo'omehia Hawai'i Kamali'i no

January, 2008 - We are pleased to announce that we have received a generous $5,000 grant from the Leiter Family Foundation to help us implement our Akeakama'i o Mo'omehia Hawai'i Kamali'i no: Science and Hawaiian Culture Enrichment program.