“We’ve been offering the courses for two years now, and I’ve seen more and more bright and passionate students who want to become farmers. They know it’s interesting in terms of both the business and technical aspects of growing something.
“What is especially inspiring is that they want to make Hawaii more sustainable,” she adds. “They want to grow food in Hawaii, and want to take care of the environment. They want to be good stewards. They want to solidify the agricultural economy and ensure Hawaii’s future by producing the best possible crops.”
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