GMO Bill 113; "Ancient Hawaiian State"; Increased Drownings; Rocketry Class
It’s Monday, October 14 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Richard is the owner of Hamakua Springs Country Farm and has been a farmer for 30 years. His 600 acres at Pepeekeo produce bananas, hydroponic tomatoes, Japanese cucumbers, lettuce, and watercress...and although none of them is a GMO crop, Mr. Ha says he supports the defeat of the anti GMO bill on the Big Island up for its final hearing starting tomorrow.
Robert Hommon is the author of “The Ancient Hawaiian State: Origins of a Political Society.” He’ll be speaking this Thursday at UH-Mano’a as part of the Anthropology Department’s Colloquium Series.
Ralph S. Goto is the Administrator of the Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division in the Honolulu Department of Emergency Services. The division employs a full time staff of 165 water safety officers and about 60-70 part-time, hourly lifeguards.
Jacob Hudson, PhD, teaches Rocketry at Damien Memorial School. He is also Coordinator for NASA Flight Training AEL, and a Physics Lecturer and Imaginarium Technician at Windward Community College.