Presentation on Community Values of Maha`ulepu

Presentation on Community Values of Maha`ulepu
When May 26, 2011
from 03:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Where 2 Locations - Lihue Public Library and Koloa Community Center
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Presentation on Community Values of Maha`ulepu

You are invited to a presentation sharing the findings from a research project completed last summer on the ways Maha`ulepu  is valued by local people. The presentation will also cover options for protection of the area that incorporate the concerns and opinions found in interviews and surveys. Please feel free to bring anyone who might be interested. Both presentations will have the same information, and so please come to whichever fits your schedule best. Refreshments will be provided at both.

Thursday, May 26 12:00-1:30 Lihue Public Library

Thursday, May 26 6:30-8:30 Koloa Community Center


Mahalo nui!
Beth Wylie,
Stanford University '10; Masters Candidate, '11

Background on this research presentation
Beth Wylie was a part time, volunteer intern with Malama Maha`ulepu during part of the summer in 2009.
She was hard working,  capable and came to Kaua`i interested in how land conservation affects people who use or are attached to special places.

After her graduation from Stanford in 2010, she was accepted to the University's one year master's program in Earth Sciences .  Independently, Beth designed and conducted a thesis project for which she conducted short surveys and in-depth interviews with a variety of people last summer.

Beth will be on Kaua`i briefly to share her research results with the people she interviewed and with people of the Koloa area.   Participants in Malama Maha`ulepu and the Koloa Community Association seemed to her likely to be interested in her work .  This email is going to the lists of both organizations but NOT to the media, etc.


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