Interview with Patti Welton

dc.contributor.interviewer Kanahele, Alana
dc.contributor.narrator Welton, Patti 2022-01-05T23:32:58Z 2022-01-05T23:32:58Z 2021-03-03
dc.description Patricia “Patti” Carol Welton was born in Northridge, California on January 7th, 1961. She has always been an avid traveler. After graduating from college, Patti spent two years traveling the world exploring ecological landscapes. At the end of her adventures, she was accepted into the Botany program at UH Mānoa in 1988 as a master’s student and moved to Oʻahu soon thereafter. Patti’s master’s thesis focused on the natural area reserve of Oʻahu’s Waiʻanae Mountains. It was during this research that she met her husband, Bill Haus, who was working on fences in the area with the Division of Forest and Wildlife. Bill and Patti both went on to have extensive careers as scientists at Haleakalā National Park. Patti continues to serve as a botanist at Haleakalā National Park.
dc.format.extent 30 pages
dc.language eng
dc.subject National Park Service
dc.subject botany
dc.subject Mokuleia
dc.subject travel
dc.subject Paliku
dc.subject Kaupo
dc.subject feral animal removal
dc.subject Fish and Wildlife Service
dc.subject Kipahulu
dc.subject camping
dc.subject Greensword Bog
dc.subject Kuiki
dc.subject Nuu
dc.subject Bishop Museum
dc.subject.lcsh Haleakala National Park (Hawaii)
dc.subject.lcsh National parks and reserves--Hawaii
dc.title Interview with Patti Welton
dc.type interview
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