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Talk Story on Tap: Aloha Science Fridays (Humans and Erosion in Hawaii)

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Join our friends from South Kohala Coastal Partnership for the Talk Story on Tap: Aloha Science Fridays summer series. Come learn, meet conservation professionals, and become an informed and active member of the conservation community, whether you are a long-time environmental advocate or are new to the scene. 

This month will feature Corina Cerovski-Darriau and John Stock from USGS, who are giving a talk titled: The Last Land: How Humans Changed Erosion in Hawai'i. John and Corina have been monitoring and mapping erosion in the Pelekane Watershed (as well as elsewhere throughout the State) for several years, and we are excited to invite them to share their work with the community.

The event is free and open to the public. Daylight Mind has extended their happy hour menu during these monthly talks!