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Kilo Honua Workshop- March 2014

LAMA is excited to organize our first Kilo Honua Workshop that will take place on Thursday, March 13 through Saturday, March 15, 2014, in Kailua, O`ahu, Hawai`i.

The primary purpose of the Kilo Honua Workshop is to engage, listen and learn from the Native Hawaiian community, and to enhance the collective knowledge, skills, and attitudes of the participants regarding climate change, renewable energy, food security, and traditional knowledge.  We are inviting 2-3 cultural experts, practitioners, and leaders, from all islands to collaborate with LAMA in building a strong kahua for the Kilo Honua curriculum.  It is our hope that this curriculum will equip the Native Hawaiian community with the vocabulary and knowledge to engage in productive discussion and decision-making, as well as investigate challenges while formulating solutions in these key areas

Tentative Agenda-

Wed, March 12, 2014- Early evening arrival of participants to Oʻahu
Thurs, March 13, 2014- 7am-  Additional arrival of participants to Oʻahu
8am-  Registration and Coffee, Tea, and Assorted Breakfast Items
9am-  Pule and Hoʻokipa
930am-  Listening Session 1
10:05- Listening Session 2
10:40am- Listening Session 3
11:15am- Listening Session 4
12pm-  Lunch
130pm-  Listening Session 5
2:05pm- Listening Session 6
2:40pm- Listening Session 7
3:15pm- Overview of listening sessions/ Kilo Honua curriculum discussion
4pm- Break
6pm- Dinner
730pm- Video Sharing & Discussion
Fri, March 14, 2014- 8am- Coffee, Tea, and Assorted Breakfast Items
9am- Pule and Overview of Day 1, Agenda for Day 2
930am- Listening Session 8
10:05- Listening Session 9
10:40am- Listening Session 10
11:15am- Listening Session 11
12pm- Lunch
130pm- Listening Session 12
2:05pm- Listening Session 13
2:40pm- Listening Session 14
3:15pm- Overview of listening sessions/ Kilo Honua curriculum discussion
4pm- Break
6pm- Dinner
730pm- Video Sharing & Discussion
Sat, March 15, 2014- 8am- Coffee, Tea, and Assorted Breakfast Items
9am- Pule
Indigenous Methodology of Observation- Moon Calendars
12pm- Lunch
130pm- Evaluation/ Mahalo/ Leave Kailua and take participants to the airport as needed

Confirmed participants as of March 4, 2014:

1) Malia Akutagawa, 2) Kaulana Kahoohalahala, 3) Jalna Keala, 4) Les Kuloloio, 5) Pomaikaʻi Kaniaupio-Crozier, 6) Kepa Maly, 7) Kealiʻi Pang, 8) Mililani Trask, 9) Harmonee Williams, 10) Pelika Bertleman, 11)Puni Jackson, 12) Hermina Morita, 13) Ilima Ho-Lastimosa, 14) Hannah Springer, 15) Lilikala Kameeleihiwa

LAMA staff-  Malia Nobrega-Olivera, Micky Huihui

LAMA student volunteers-  Hauʻoli Waiau, Thelma Tomich

LAMA facilitator-  Annelle Amaral

Permanent link to this article: http://islandclimate.net/projects/lamaku-naauao/kilo-honua-workshop-march-2014/