The TPSS graduate faculty member have devoted a large part of their time to creating outreach educational events for the community. The outreach programs within the TPSS department strives to provide agricultural education to a diverse group of people within our community.
|The Horticultural Society works in the community, educating and brightening peoples’ lives with plants.||Kenneth Leonhardt|
|The Student Organic Farming Training (SOFT) program is a TPSS student-driven and focused organization aiming to grow food sustainably here in Hawaii.||Ted Radovich|
|The GENE-ius Day Program was developed to provide science education to Hawai‘i's children by offering school day field trips for elementary students and Saturday science classes for students in grades 1 to 12.||Ania Wieczorek|
|The Waimanalo Research Station of UH-Mānoa’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, known for its community outreach and education, is now a new venue for classes and workshops and shelter for visitors.||Ted Radovich|