Conserving Hawaii’s Grazing Lands: PBS Hawaii Insights, December 9, 2010

by HI-GLC on December 9, 2010

PBS Hawaii InsightsOn December 9, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. HST, PBS Hawaii featured “Conserving Hawaii’s Grazing Lands” on Insights. A panel of experts discussed the economic and environmental importance of Hawaii’s grazing lands.

They addressed issues related to proper land management, the preservation of healthy ecosystems, and the impact of the cultural and economic sustainability in relation to these open spaces.

Joining host Dan Boylan were Gretchen Daily, Director of the Center for Conservation Biology at Stanford University and Chair of the Natural Capital Project; Greg Friel, Livestock Manager at Haleakala Ranch; Loretta Metz, State Rangeland Management Specialist at Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS); and Ka’eo Duarte, Head of Hawaii Island agricultural operations at Kamehameha School.

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