Today we started off the day with a tour on the papahanaumokuakea marine and national monument and world heritage site. We were untroduced to student from the University of Hawaii, Hilo.
This site incorporated cultural, economic, enviornmental and management aspects that had our class wanting more. This site had an aquarium on the back side that had many species of local fish, that some of our classmates saw while snorkeling off shore.
The next exhibit hit home for our Californian natives. We learned more on their marine marine bebris problems and what they are doing about it. This made a lot of our classmates think about going back to matches. Seeing that the right hand side storage container was filled with lighters.