Seeds4Tomorrow (S4T) is an agricultural education program connecting keiki, schools, teachers, community members, and agricultural professionals. Our outdoor classroom offers all participants the opportunities of exploration, participation, and inspiration to continue asking questions about food systems for our island home.
Our goal of S4T is to bring the community together to share our agricultural knowledge and help each other towards food sustainability.
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Intersession Camps (Grades 5-9)
S4T camps provide in depth learning in a social setting. Students work in teams to complete in field projects, recipe creations, or business ideas. Programs are offered 4 times yearly, generally in the summer, fall, winter, and spring, and provide outdoor, hands-on learning through collaboration between students, high school interns, teachers, and agricultural industry professionals.
Farm field trips, guest speakers, recipe creation, garden art, and presentations by agricultural researchers continue to bring students back to S4T.
(Link to Camp page - more info, current schedule, registration link , more pics)
*S4T Education Garden - All Ages
Our Education Garden is the hub for all S4T programs.
The community is invited to join us on the first Saturday of each month to work and learn together while planting, weeding, or harvesting current crops.
Garden maintenance is completed by numerous students and community volunteers. This is a great opportunity to accumulate community service hours while working with friends in a calm, outdoor setting..
(link to more Garden Day page, more info and Registration)
S4T Community events
We encourage the community to maintain home gardens and
offer a free quarterly plant or seed distribution and mini growing lesson. Area schools, farms, and restaurants donate plant cuttings and seeds to encourage gardening success.
We partner with our neighbor, the Mālama Learning Center, to host educational public events celebrating Earth Day and Arbor Day.
(LInk to community events page with more info, current schedule, registration)
Middle and High School Career Field Trips
Find your passion in agriculture during our Agriculture Career Field Trips for area middle and high schools.
Visiting students will participate in presentations by agriculture researchers, farmers, scientists, culinary professionals, and more with the goal of exploring the multitude of food systems career opportunities.
More info: Wendy Rosen, HarcEducationProgram@gmail.com
Summer Internships- grades 11, 12
Our goal is to connect high school students with current researchers to gain hands-on experiences in areas such as plant propagation, breeding, molecular biology, or other areas of interest.
More information: Wendy Rosen, HarcEducationProgram@gmail.com