Tag Archive: Hawaii

“The Cornell mycelium effect: connecting via trees”

My Guest Blog Post at TENTREE:   “  An old fashioned postcard, a farm, and a new friendship. I graduated from Cornell University in Plant Science in 2014 and continued onto my Masters to… Continue reading

Cheap, lean, sustainable meat from Hawaii to Europe

Last December while on the Big Island of Hawai’i I got the opportunity to do something rather special. Here is the story: At 8 am sharp my friend Ann called me from Puna,… Continue reading

Microplastic Found in one of Hawai’i ‘s most remote streams.

As co-founder of Plastic Tides, last January while in Hawai’i doing my Masters thesis fieldwork I took the opportunity to adventure off on an expedition in search of plastic pollution in one of the… Continue reading

Captain Pat, the ocean and the fish.

A few weeks ago I went to visit Captain Pat. Captain Pat lives in Kona on the other side of the island and kindly allowed me to stay the night in his cabin… Continue reading

Hawaii month 3!

Week-end  highlights.  One of the best week-ends yet was an invitation hike some of the prettiest waterfalls on the Big Island: Rainbow falls. We hiked along the lava rock, dropped our bags off… Continue reading

Hawaii month 2- Meditation voyage and other adventures

Starting october 1st, I joined about a hundred thousand people on a month-long mindfulness summit. Every day, for 31 days I have the opportunity to listen to outstanding speakers and be motivated to… Continue reading

Hawaii Month 2- Food Forest visit

Unfortunately my research got very busy, and I haven’t had time to write my weekly blog posts, but these are some pictures of a memorable week-end at my friend Geoff and Lyn’s agroforestry farm… Continue reading

Hawaii Month 2- Research Updates

Research is going well, I’ve finally started spending much more time in the field. At the moment, I’m interested in measuring the biomass content of the research site I am working on. This… Continue reading

Hawaii Week 4!

The end of week four was a little frightening as I realised that I have already been here for a month. My research is moving along slowly and I still haven’t sent out… Continue reading

Hawaii Week 3

This past week has flown by, and the highlight is definitely the surfing and big wave watching! As hurricane Ignacio came by I had a chance to surf at ‘Bayfront’– a spot that usually… Continue reading

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