Water is one of our most important resources as it is essential to both human and ecosystem health. It is crucial that we learn how to best manage this precious resource for current and future generations.
This free course is offered by Maui’s leading water quality experts as part of a USDA water quality grant and will introduce you to water regulations, standards and monitoring procedures as it applies to our oceans, streams, food and drinking water on Maui.
Through this course, gain working knowledge of water regulations and standards as it relates to ambient, agricultural, aquaculture/aquaponics and drinking water and develop basic understanding and techniques relevant to water quality stakeholders.
Understand the major parameters that affect water quality and their relevance to human health, ecosystems and the food supply, learn the basic hydrologic cycle and comprehend the legal framework for managing and protecting drinking water on Maui over several classes.
The team of instructors will include Eva Blumentstein from the Department of Water Supply, John Dobovan from Kulahaven Farms, Kyle Tavares from the UH Manoa CTAHR Cooperative Extension and Robin Knox from Maui Ocean Center.
Class will be on Thursdays from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m, June 6th to 27th, 2019.
Sponsored by a USDA grant, FREE TUITION!
To register in-person, visit the EdVenture front desk in the Laulima building on the University of Hawaii Maui College campus, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
For more information, please contact:
Andrea Kealoha, firstname.lastname@example.org
310 W. Ka’ahumanu Ave
We encourage you to register as early as possible before class begins to secure your place in the class and to prevent a class with low enrollment from being cancelled. Space is limited in some classes.