Hawaiian Koʻa Card Trainings
The Coral Reef Ecology Lab at the Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology has developed a coral health color chart, the Hawaiian Koʻa Card, to aid in understanding the changes that are occurring on our reefs!
Please fill out the following form if you would like to attend one of our free training session in Kona, Hawaiʻi on June 13th or June 14th.
A few highlights about the Ko’a card program:
-Helps identify when, where, and which corals are bleaching
-Provides a measurable baselines for bleaching events
-Will aid in identification of areas where management efforts should focus
-The Hawaiian Ko‘a card will give individuals and communities a sense of kuleana (responsibility) and mālama (stewardship) for the reefs in their ‘ahupua‘a (land division)
** Please bring your own snorkel gear and water bottle. Snacks will be provide ***
Name (First and Last)
Please select preferred training sessions
Thursday, June 13th 2PM-4PM at Natural Energy of Hawaii Authority
Friday, June 14th, 9AM-11PM at Kahalu'u Beach Park (in water training available)
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