Young Hawaiian Farmers Learn Leadership And Gardening Skills : The Salt : NPR

The program practices tough love — Hawaiians call it kuleana, or a sense of personal responsibility. Kids commit to more than two years of work, and get free college tuition for their “sweat equity.”
— Read on www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2018/03/28/596073164/youth-farm-in-hawaii-is-growing-food-and-leaders

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