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The science and technology of growing living things (plants and animals) for human consumption or use as pets, ornament, food, fiber, or construction material. Includes aquaculture, forestry, horticulture and soil science.
Botanical gardens in Hawaii play an active role in the preservation of Hawaiian flora. The World Wildlife Fund defines a botanical garden as a "garden containing scientifically ordered and maintained collections of plants, usually documented and labelled, and open to the public for the purposes of recreation, education and research.
This category is for broad resources regarding the teaching or dissemination of information regarding science and the environment in Hawaii. More specific educational resources should be listed within the appropriate subcategory of Hawaii Science and Environment.
More broad energy related sites may be submitted to an appropriate subcategory in Science:Technology:Energy.
Information on Hawaii science, technology and environment topics related to energy.
Organizations listed in this area are concerned with environmental topics in Hawaii.
For sites related to Hawaiian geology and volcanology.
Sites related to coastal and ocean science, environment and technology. Marine ecosystems and organisms.
Sites related to coastal and terrestrial science, environment and environmental technology. Terrestrial ecosystems and organisms.
Sites about solid waste, wastewater, waste management and recycling. Includes sites for organizations and programs related to waste and recycling.
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