The University of Hawaii asked students of different grade levels to come up with innovative solutions to address the Ala Wai watershed stream and ecosystem restoration, sediment control, flood mitigation with community education and engagement and cultural connections.

The University of Hawaii asked students of different grade levels to come up with innovative solutions to address the Ala Wai watershed stream and ecosystem restoration, sediment control, flood mitigation with community education and engagement and cultural connections.

Some students addressed this challenge using EM Technology & EM Genki Balls which has proven results around the world.

Although these entries were not selected, we appreciate the time and energy these students put to educate the public and hope more people can see their submission.

Let's ask the Governor, How can he support the student’s vision to take care of Hawaii’s watershed for future generations?

See some of these student entries below.

New, easier to read entry #3030 by Michelle Chang, Nikki Saito and Kylie Kim grade 11, Punahou School Class of 2019.  students Project NarrativePDF version and EM HAWAII letter of support.