Bird Recovery Project promotes restoration, preservation

Since 1997, the Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project has been helping to recover Maui's endangered birds and to restore their native habitats. Supporting their efforts are dedicated volunteers who share their passion – people like Monsanto’s Jaime Davidson, Kurt Adams and Jenna Bogen.

 

Monsanto Sponsors FIRST Robotics Championship to Encourage STEM Learning

To encourage young people’s interest and participation in STEM learning, Monsanto recently announced a 3-year, $600,000 commitment to sponsor the FIRST® Championship, a renowned event in the world of competitive robotic design for youths.

 

Honouliuli: Preserving History for Future Generations (video)

President Barack Obama has designated the site of the former WWII Honouliuli Internment Camp, located on property in Kunia donated by Monsanto, as a new national monument for historic protection. The designation is a significant milestone in the community’s efforts to preserve the Honouliuli Internment Camp into perpetuity as part of the U.S. National Park System.

 

Monsanto Hawaii Employees Volunteer at the Ka `Ohana Kitchen

During the month of February, 10 Monsanto employees participated in the Rural Hunger Campaign by volunteering at the Ka `Ohana Kitchen for three consecutive Sundays.

 

Hawaii Business Magazine: What happens to Molokai if GMOs are banned?

One in 10 of the 2,200 jobs on Molokai are provided by Monsanto or Mycogen and together they estimate they pour $15 to 18 million into the island’s economy each year. So what happens to Molokai if the GMO moratorium is enforced? Read this insightful piece by Hawaii Business Magazine to find out.

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