Molokai’s wetland classroom goes high-tech

The Monsanto Fund has awarded $8,000 to Nene O Molokai for its Wildlife Without Walls environmental educational program at the Koheo wetland. 

 

Monsanto Hawaii is a Proud Sponsor of the West Oahu Pet Walk

Monsanto Hawaii was a proud sponsor of the inaugural West Oahu Pet Walk on Sunday, June 8th. The event was organized by Poi Dogs & Popoki to help raise money to support Oahu’s furry and four-legged friends. 

 

Monsanto Hawaii Sponsors Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Bowl for Kids Sake

For the fourth year in a row, Monsanto Hawaii was the title sponsor of the Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Bowl for Kids Sake event held on June 21.

 

MONSANTO HAWAII SUPPORTS THE LEILEHUA HIGH SCHOOL FFA PROGRAM

Monsanto Hawaii has been a strong supporter of FFA chapters in Hawaii. To date, our company has contributed $32,800 in financial assistance to various FFA chapters in Hawaii. These monies have been used to build aquaponic/hydroponic systems, fund equipment and supplies for school gardens, and purchase feed for an animal husbandry program.

 

“Views From the Farm” Video Series: Part 5

In the spring of 2013, five farmers from across the United States visited Hawaii as part of the inaugural “Views From the Farm” essay contest to share their perspectives on modern day farming and how the use of biotechnology has benefited their farms and their families. Please enjoy Part 5 of 5 in this series.

 

“Views From the Farm” Video Series: Part 4

In the spring of 2013, five farmers from across the United States visited Hawaii as part of the inaugural “Views From the Farm” essay contest to share their perspectives on modern day farming and how the use of biotechnology has benefited their farms and their families. Please enjoy Part 4 of 5 in this series.

 

“Views From the Farm” Video Series: Part 3

In the spring of 2013, five farmers from across the United States visited Hawaii as part of the inaugural “Views From the Farm” essay contest to share their perspectives on modern day farming and how the use of biotechnology has benefited their farms and their families. Please enjoy Part 3 of 5 in this series.

 

“Views From the Farm” Video Series: Part 2

In the spring of 2013, five farmers from across the United States visited Hawaii as part of the inaugural “Views From the Farm” essay contest to share their perspectives on modern day farming and how the use of biotechnology has benefited their farms and their families. Please enjoy Part 2 of 5 in this series.

 

“VIEWS FROM THE FARM” VIDEO SERIES: PART 1

In the spring of 2013, five farmers from across the United States visited Hawaii as part of the inaugural “Views From the Farm” essay contest to share their perspectives on modern day farming and how the use of biotechnology has benefited their farms and their families. Please enjoy Part 1 of 5 in this series.

 

Monsanto Hawaii pledges to work with the NPS to preserve the Honouliuli Internment Camp

A major part of our commitment to perpetuate Hawaii’s culture and history is to ensure that the Honouliuli Internment Camp, located on our Kunia farm, is preserved in perpetuity for the educational benefit of future generations.

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