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Thursday, April 25 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Ag to go or
ag to grow food?
Lukens is the Vice President of the Hawaii Food Policy Council and a PhD
candidate studying alternative food systems in the Department of Political
Science at UH Manoa. She is also a Sea Grant Graduate Trainee, documenting
the impact of shifting land use practices and has been following two
potentially game-changing bills that could alter the balance of how Hawaii
dangerous: The living legacy of the first sky tiger
Calloway is the granddaughter of General Claire Lee Chennault, commander of the
American Volunteer Group, Flying Tigers, during the Second World War.
She’s visiting Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor from April 24 – 30 in support of the museum's project "Past to Present: U.S. -
Sino Bridge of Connection.”
A pilot for
voter owned elections moves out
Belatti represents District 24 - Makiki to Manoa - in the Hawaii State House of
Representatives. She's a graduate of Princeton University and the UH William S.
Richardson School of Law with a certificate from the Environmental Law Program.
She practices in the Law Office of Eric Seitz and is a former State
Campaign Spending Commissioner, currently serving on the House Judiciary
there's music in them thar hills
Andy Char is
with Bluegrass Hawaii, which is organizing this weekend’s Bluegrass in the
Koolaus event at Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden. It’s free and it runs all
backyard quiz about a uke to boot, grafting bills in today’s reality check and
the BBC world report. First, the news from NPR.