Pictured from left to right-top row: Paula Mateos (visiting student from Spain—GEOG 1500), Maria Munoz (visiting student from Spain), Sandra Garcia (MA SUST/UN Club Treasurer—lower), Emily Vangorden (MA SUST/UN Club—upper), Sydney Haas (MA SUST/UN Club), Nicole Ferris (MA SUST/UN Club), Jolie Ryff (MA SUST/UN Club), Serge A. Marek, Ph.D. (MA SUST Program Director), Suela Messaggi (visiting student from Italy—GEOG 1500), Regina Ostergaard-Klem, Ph.D. (ENVS/MA SUST faculty), Adam Burke, Ph.D. (MA SUST faculty); bottom row-Fabiola Riesgo (visiting student from Spain—GEOG 1500), Chrystie Brandt (MA SUST/UN Club), Rachael Donnelly (MA SUST/UN Club President), Madeline Heyde (MA SUST).
The MA Sustainability program teamed up with the United Nations Club and students from GEOG 1500 (World Regional Geography) to participate in a service-learning event at Sumida Farm on Saturday, Nov. 12. A group of 13 students and three faculty spent three hours helping with perimeter cleanup at the farm. Each HPU participant was gifted with a bunch of watercress and a lovely lunch with various watercress- inspired dishes. Sumida Farm is a family-owned and operated farm in Aiea fed by a natural upwelling spring from Oʻahu’s aquifer.
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