I have been asked to be a resource partner for the next cohort of First Nations Fellows. The program’s vision is to develop well-balanced First Nations leaders who serve their communities through important work in community, public or professional roles. I feel so honored to have been asked.
This program is the brain child of Neil Hannahs, who directs the land assets division of Kamehameha Schools. People don’t really know that the First Nations’ Futures program was the first program to do outreach about geothermal on Hawai‘i Island. I was invited to be a part of the program at dinner at Oahu Country Club when the project was assigned.
This video on growing the next generation of farmers was taken of the second group I worked with.
This one upcoming is the third I will be involved with, and I cannot be more pleased to be working with tomorrow’s Hawaiian leaders.
The First Nations’ Future program is a proactive solution to the problem of the end of growth.