Carolyn Rojsutivat

Carolyn Rojsutivat

Jul 09, 2024

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    About This Project

    Our stories in Hawaiʻi tell of the strong relationships (pilina) our ancestors had with the natural world. However, today many of us are unable to recognize our plant relatives, much less differentiate native and canoe plants from non-natives and invasive plants. Therefore, how can we help people build pilina (relationships) with native plants? How can we increase community interest in plant stewardship? We are proposing ʻĀinaQuest, an educational card game, as a solution.

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