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Maui students reflect on Japan experience after educational trip

COURTESY KAITO FUKUDA / ODYSSEY NATURE JAPAN
                                TOMODACHI Kibou for Maui students at the program’s opening reception in Higashimatsushima, Japan, are, top row, Mia Kosianowski, left, Jazmin Mathias, Sabrina Calma, Taika Swearingen, M Jee Abara and Zean Lagpacan; and in front, Ka‘ui Wright-Smith, left, Sheila Mae Arcala, Cecelia Steiner, Alexa Torres Perez and Vi Nguyen.
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COURTESY KAITO FUKUDA / ODYSSEY NATURE JAPAN

TOMODACHI Kibou for Maui students at the program’s opening reception in Higashimatsushima, Japan, are, top row, Mia Kosianowski, left, Jazmin Mathias, Sabrina Calma, Taika Swearingen, M Jee Abara and Zean Lagpacan; and in front, Ka‘ui Wright-Smith, left, Sheila Mae Arcala, Cecelia Steiner, Alexa Torres Perez and Vi Nguyen.

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                                Students learn about an oyster farm that was rebuilt after the 2011 tsunami to use sustainable practices.
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COURTESY KAITO FUKUDA / ODYSSEY NATURE JAPAN

Students learn about an oyster farm that was rebuilt after the 2011 tsunami to use sustainable practices.

COURTESY KAITO FUKUDA / ODYSSEY NATURE JAPAN
                                TOMODACHI Kibou for Maui students at the program’s opening reception in Higashimatsushima, Japan, are, top row, Mia Kosianowski, left, Jazmin Mathias, Sabrina Calma, Taika Swearingen, M Jee Abara and Zean Lagpacan; and in front, Ka‘ui Wright-Smith, left, Sheila Mae Arcala, Cecelia Steiner, Alexa Torres Perez and Vi Nguyen.
COURTESY KAITO FUKUDA / ODYSSEY NATURE JAPAN
                                Students learn about an oyster farm that was rebuilt after the 2011 tsunami to use sustainable practices.