Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation Graduate Assistantships Available
Deadlines: FEB. 1 to NREM, MAR 1 for the HML fellowships. Read more below.
Hawai‘i Forest Stewards 2015: educating and empowering community leaders
to improve forest conservation in a peer-to-peer learning context.
ʻAʻohe hana nui ke alu ʻia, No task is too large when done together.
In a loʻi kalo at Papahana Kuaola, students put the "collaborative care" in NREM 691.
Eryn Opie, NREM Undergrad (Crow Lab) & NRCS Soil Scientist C. Stiles
describe soil color in Kawainui Marsh using a Munsell color chart. Photo G. Koob, USDA
Dr. Kirsten Oleson meets with community members in Kiholo
Researching ways to vegetatively propagate koa for reforestation
T. Idol, J. B. Friday, F. Inman-Narahari, & E. Hickey visit an ancient Mauna Kea koa.
Invasive Grass-Wildfire Cycle: Thousands of hectares burn each year In Hawaii
threatening communities, agriculture & natural resources. C. Trauernicht, Fire Specialist
HBT: Protecting 10,000 ha of East Maui Watershed against miconia
in partnership with Maui invasive Species Committee & National Park Service (J. Leary)
NREM Internships: Get hands-on experience in Hawaii's natural environment.
NREM 380 students measure DBH of an 18 yr Eucalyptus deglupta. Photo: JB Friday
Alaʻe ʻula / Hawaiian moorhen (Gallinula chloropus sandvicensis), endangered
In Hawaiian legend, the demi-god Maui stole fire from the ala'e 'ula. Photo: C. Lepczyk
Vegetation Map for part of Makaha Valley
Learn to apply GIS for resource conservation and management. Image: T. Miura
Learn to apply economics to resource management decision-making.
NREM Economists research sustainable tourism, open space value, invasive species.
Welcome to the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management (NREM). We are part of the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Our students, faculty, and staff are involved in teaching, research, and extension in our community.
News and Events
Rusyan Jill Mamiit, PhD Dissertation Defense
Jan 29, 2016 | 0900 A.M. – 1230 P.M. | Sherman 103
Three Essays on Food Staples Sufficiency: Biophysical Assessment, Socioeconomic Analysis, and Policy Evaluation of the Rice Sector in Central Luzon, Philippines
Committee: Dr. John Yanagida (Chair), Dr. Makena Coffman (University Representative), Dr. Steven Gray, Dr. Tomoaki Miura, Dr. Richard Ogoshi
Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation and the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management (NREM) at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM) are pleased to announce the availability of graduate assistantships for local students dedicated to careers in natural resource management in the state of Hawaiʻi. Three assistantships will be awarded in the Spring semester each year for admission in the following Fall semester. Applications are due each year in early March. Link here to learn more about this opportunity.
NREM Graduate Student Organization
Visit our webpage for more information about the NREM GSO.
NREM GSO Fundraiser!
SPRING 2016 ONLY the Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project has agreed to make their limited edition ‘akohekohe toys (Maui Crested Honeycreeper, Palmeria dolei) with song available through our NREM GSO as a fundraiser for both programs. Only $15 (sorry, cash only).
Learn more about the endangered Maui Crested Honeycreeper from Dr. Hanna Mounce, Project Coordinator for the Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project, who makes her living in the Maui forests, catching and caring for Maui’s most endangered birds. Dr. Mounce joins us for our NREM Research Seminar on Monday, February 1st, 2016, Sherman 103 Conference Room, 12:00-12:50 pm.