HHS students learn lessons on land and sea

Located in Hilo, The Makery provides access to conventional tools and machines, CAD programs, CNC machines and 3D printers.

The Makery’s owner, Dr. Neil Scott, demonstrates the CNC machine to HHS’ agriculture program students. (COURTESY PHOTOs/HHS)

Students and teachers get their sea legs aboard Hokulea in Hilo as part of the field trip.

On April 13, Honokaa High and Intermediate School’s agriculture program students, led by Agriculture Teacher Manuel Jadulang and Social Studies Teacher Cindy Navarro-Bowman, visited Hokulea docked at Naniloa Hotel in Hilo as part of the ship’s “Mahalo, Hawaii” sail.