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The Kauaʻi Forest Bird Recovery Project (KFBRP) along with our partner, the Kauaʻi Invasive Species Committee (KISC), are proud to announce a series of video presentations and live zoom conversations covering current and pertinent information as it relates to Hawaiian Forests. Every first Friday of the month, the consortium will host a series of short videos and interactive Q&A with scientists, cultural practitioners, and conservation leaders. This is a unique opportunity to discover what is happening in the forest with regards to conservation, research, and cultural practices.
The presentation will also include a brief segment titled: “Faces of the Forest”. This segment may highlight one individual species found in the forest, or an individual working to protect forest resources.
Anyone with an interest is welcome to join the conversation by attending the zoom presentation (click here to join). Signing up for email alerts will also allow you to receive notification of the monthly topics to be covered.
The first Forest Friday debuts on March 5th, 2021 at 5PM HST. The presentation will cover the Annual Field Season Hawaiian Blessing and hopes to answer the question: What does a healthy forest mean to you? Panelists include: Lisa “Cali” Crampton (KFBRP), Tiffany Keanini (KISC), and Keahi Manea, Ka ʻImi Naʻauao o Hawaiʻi NeiInstitute (Ka ʻImi).