The 10-week Wrigley Field Program in Hawaii takes place on the islands of Hawai'i (the Big Island) and Kaua'i. For six weeks we explore and study the Big Island based out of two locations: Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park on the eastern side of the island; and Waimea, a beautiful town in north central Hawai'i with access to areas such as the Kohala Forest Reserve and Puako Reef on the north Kona coast. The next two weeks we transition to Kaua'i where we spend time exploring Koke'e State park and the Grand Canyon of Waimea as well as the North Shore, where we work with local groups of the Waipa Foundation and Limahuli Garden and Preserve. Following our time on Kaua'i we return to Waimea on the Big Island to complete the course.
This is an island program. While we work with numerous local groups, we spend the majority of our time living and working together. Up to twenty students will participate in the program. For more information please look through this site and contact Ryan Petterson, program coordinator, with any questions.