NELHA’s wellness program (called HOST OLA) was approved as a Blue Zones. Thank you to Lee-Ann and Kirsten form Blue Zones and the entire crew at NELHA for making this happen!
NELHA has received an award from the US Department of Energy to utilize the existing 4 acre CSP array to provide heat for a forward osmosis project. The project plans to produce 130,000 gallons per day of fresh water. More information available through the following sources: State of Hawaii Press release DOE Announcement DOE Program ...
Conservation International has finalized the 2018 Ocean Health Index for Hawaii. The final score was 74 out of 100 with Livelihoods & Economies, Offshore Fisheries, and Sense of Place scoring relatively well. Coastal Protection was the lowest scoring goal, followed by the Habitats sub-goal of Biodiversity, the Mariculture sub-goal of Food Provision, and Sustainable Tourism. There ...
Ecoult new lead acid battery was installed on April 20, 2018 by Renewable Energy Systems. The battery will be evaluated by Sandia National Laboratories over the course of a full year.
Check out the Water Cycle Dance created an performed by our colleagues from UH created and performed at NELHA for EPSCoR ‘Ike Wai (knowledge of water).
Check out the press release issued today!
Deadline is approaching for student scholarship applications for a science degree at Palamanui: June 1, 2017! Additional information including courses on this two page flyer!