Rural Programs
Resource Partners
Learning Network

Rural Innovation and Sustainability Programs in the Pacific, Northwest, and Southwest


Natural History Museums, Botanic Gardens, Non-profit Education groups - and our own One Island facility - serve as learning laboratories
Partners make our
World Go Round !

In Hawaii, we collaborate with the Bishop Museum, Amy Greenwell Garden, and Hawaii Maritime Museum, Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden, Kona Historical Society, and Lyman Museum

National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries serve as field trip sites for our programs

American Rock Art Research Association, Easter Island Foundation, Southwest Volcano Research Assoc. are a few of our valued science collaborators

USDA's Distance Learning Program has funded Heritage Ranch work with Oro Grande School District, Konawaena Schools, Pahoa Schools, and partner schools in California and Hawaii

Federal Rural Development Programs provide project support and grants and loans for our communities

We present at Education Conferences For Native Hawaiians, Native Americans, and Public Schools