Sustainability
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Seed to Plate - NEW

The 10 week entrepreneurial Seed to Plate course focuses on four key areas of study: Western gardening, traditional Native Hawaiian practices related to the garden, use of and making products from local plants for health promotion. Also includes global culinary preparation and cuisine. This unique course focuses on holistic lifestyle practices that encompass five distinct modules. Aina: Land, Wai: Water, Loina: Observation, Kanu: Plants, Malama: Preserve. Students will be immersed in hands-on approaches to healthy living.
Instructor: Team

Class instruction: 10 Weeks
Total hours: 40 hours
Class meets: Tuesday & Thursday, 4 – 6 pm
Location: Windward Community College, Hale Kuhina 107
Cost: $605

HLTH7003 6/14 - 8/18 (20 mtgs.)
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Jamie Boyd
Dr. Jamie Boyd is a family nurse practitioner, nurse researcher and associate professor with the University of Hawai’i. Jamie holds a Ph. D. in Nursing from the University of Hawaii at Manoa,  is a fellow of the University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine’s Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence and studied food as medicine. She is also affiliated with the Na Liko Noelo program of ‘Imi Hale – The Native Hawaiian Cancer Awareness, Research and Training Network. Jamie designed Hawaii’s first Nursing Pathway supporting under served students to access entry-level health career training and ascend to living wage jobs via a Nurse Aide to LPN to RN program. By design, her Pathway model engages students in self-governance to manage the Pathway while simultaneously training participants to be community leaders, stewards, and models of healthy living.