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Identifying the Barriers and Desires for a Honouliuli Watershed Collaboration

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Barriers and Desires for a Honouliuli Watershed Collaboration.pdf Main text summarizing our project, process, and conclusions. 120.09 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
Interview and Survey Questions.pdf Document providing questions and guidelines for conducting the interviews. Includes survey questions for future use. 462.45 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
Email Template.pdf Initial email sent out to community partners to schedule interviews. Template is provided for future use. 60.69 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
Watershed Collaboration Outreach Flyer.pdf Informational flyer for Mālama Puʻuloa's community outreach. 10.34 MB Adobe PDF View/Open
Community Meeting Presentation.pdf Powerpoint slides used during the final presentation of the project at a community meeting. 719.27 kB Adobe PDF View/Open

Item Summary

Title:Identifying the Barriers and Desires for a Honouliuli Watershed Collaboration
Authors:Kimura, Kristi
Cleveland, Rachael
Kapule, Rachel
Contributors:Bremer, Leah (instructor)
Crow, Susan (instructor)
Keywords:social sciences
watershed management
community development
Pearl Harbor
Date Issued:11 May 2021
Abstract:Mālama Puʻuloa looks to restore abundance to Puʻuloa (Pearl Harbor). One step to achieve this goal is through the creation of a watershed collaboration within the Honouliuli watershed. A watershed collaboration would lead to a healthier watershed, providing many beneficial ecosystem services. A collaboration would also serve as a connection between the communities in the area. Using a community-based approach to create this collaboration, we looked to understand and listen to the voices of community partners. There were three unknown factors identified: 1) if community partners knew what a watershed collaboration was, 2) if they were interested in being a part of a watershed collaboration, and 3) if there were any barriers to joining a watershed collaboration. We created outreach material and an interview process for Mālama Puʻuloa to use when moving forward with this project. We also compiled a list of key community partners and conducted a few interviews to begin the overall interview process. From the interviews, we were able to gauge some community interest and compile a list of potential barriers to joining a watershed collaboration. The conclusions of the project highlight some next-step actions to take in the future.
Description:This document summarizes our semester's work collaborating with Mālama Puʻuloa, and the conclusions we drew from the project. Beginning the process of creating a watershed collaboration in Honouliuli through a community-based approach, we created outreach material and an interview process to gauge community interest in a watershed collaboration.
Pages/Duration:9
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/75652
Appears in Collections: 2021 Mālama Puʻuloa Case Study


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