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Drones add tech and fun to farming at Waipahu High School

Waipahu High School's new learning center has allowed the Academy of Natural Resources students to learn how to use drones and other technology to monitor conservation lands and farms, as well as to propagate and manage more native plants and crops.
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Waipahu High sophomore George Hilger watches a drone fly through an obstacle course at Waipahu High School on Feb. 1.
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Instructor Sherry Tenn stands in one of the agriculture work areas at Waipahu High School.
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Instructor Sherry Tenn shows some of the lettuces grown in the agriculture work areas at Waipahu High School.
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Waipahu High sophomore George Hilger, left, and senior Stephanie Arellano fly a drone at Waipahu High School.
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Waipahu High sophomore George Hilger watches a drone fly through an obstacle course.
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Waipahu High sophomore George Hilger watches a drone fly through an obstacle course at Waipahu High School,.
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Waipahu High sophomore Shawdan Pacheco, right, lands a drone after an obstacle course as fellow students George Hilger, left, Stephanie Arellano, and Samantha Carino watch.
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Waipahu High sophomore Shawdan Pacheco, right, lands a drone after an obstacle course as fellow students George Hilger, left, Stephanie Arellano, and Samantha Carino watch.

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