Outreach: Exploring opportunities to learn and serve in the Pacific Basin
Volunteers learn about limu, or seaweed, for reef surveys.
Volunteers at Maunalua Bay learn how to identify limu (seaweed) for reef surveys. Image: PBIN (Public Domain)

PBIN supports the creation and dissemination of outreach and educational information about the Pacific Basin environment. This section provides access to resources that emphasize community action, teaching and job opportunities.

Citizen Science: Learn about how PBIN projects are helping to enable science and technology in the community.

Educational Resources: Explore educational resources for all ages.

Environmental Jobs: Learn about environmental jobs available in the Pacific Basin (Source: HEAR).

Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Learn how Hawaiian knowledge is incorporated into resource management.

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