My last week at the office was normal. I just updated out website, the blog and our monthly news letters.
My final work day was at Koala Ranch, where the Hakipu’u Stream Restoration Project is taking place. The project is working to remove invasive species from Hakipu’u head-water spring areas and reforest with native plant species. Native plant species will help to reduce the amount of sediment entering Hakipu’u Stream and ultimately Kaneohe Bay. This project started in 2012, and so far Hui o ko’olauopoko 700 feet of riparian habitat on 1.8 acres of land surrounding the head-water spring area of upper Hakipuʻu Stream.
Memorial Day Weekend
I also made it to The Big Island and Maui
As my time came to an end i gathered all the materials i was going to need for my final paper. I had to hop from Hawai’i Pacific University library, to University of Hawai’i library, and the Kailu’a and Kaneohe public libraries to find the required books/reports for my final paper. Came back home packed up my things then i head out to the airport. I was ready to come back to Tampa and get it over with.
As i looked out the window and we flew over Honolulu, it finally hit me. My time in Hawaii was truly memorable one.