Tag Archive: Hawaiinuiakea

Sep 01

LAMA at First Stewards 2014 Symposium in Washington DC

Malia Nobrega-Olivera, LAMA Director and HSHK Director of Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement, was invited to participate in the First Stewards 2014 Symposium in Washington DC.  The theme for this years symposium was “United  Indigenous  Voices  Address Sustainability: Climate  Change  & Traditional  Places”.  Malia spoke on the Rights and Responsibilities panel that discussed the following- “Indigenous …

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Sep 01

22nd Annual Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference

LAMA Director and HSHK Director of Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement, Malia Nobrega-Olivera recently spoke at the 22nd Annual Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference- “Navigating Change in the Pacific Islands” on a plenary panel on July 17, 2014.  The panel participants included Governor Neil Abercrombie, Ambassador Ronny Jumeau of the Seychelles, Representative Chris Lee.  The panel was …

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Apr 10

Kresge Foundation $460,000 Award To UH Mānoa Strengthens Hawai‘i’s Food Security and Builds Partnerships to Protect Environment and Native Hawaiian Cultural Knowledge

April 2013 NEWS RELEASE KRESGE FOUNDATION $460,000 AWARD TO UH MĀNOA Strengthens Hawai‘i’s Food Security and Builds Partnerships to Protect Environment and Native Hawaiian Cultural Knowledge Contact- Margot Schrire, Director of Communications (808) 956-6774 or margot.schrire@uhfoundation.org (Download Press Release) HONOLULU- The Detroit-based Kresge Foundation has awarded $460,000 to Lamakū Na‘auao (Knowledge Torch), a new University …

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