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Home is Here is a local series that takes you deep into neighborhoods across Hawai‘i, providing an inside peek at how we live, work and play.
Air Date: Sat, May 14, 2022 7:00 PM
Education, conservation and determination are the underlying themes in this month’s episode of Home is Here. We tag along with dogs searching for the invasive devil weed plant; we learn the history of Bess Press; and we talk with a 14-year-old trying to collect and recycle millions of bottles to raise enough money to provide scholarships for other students who have a dream of attending college, but can’t afford it.
Air Date: Wed, Apr 27, 2022 7:30 PM
Kyoko Johnson, founder of the nonprofit organization Conservation Dogs of Hawaiʻi, explains how canines aren't the only furry, four-legged animals sniffing out invasive species...
Air Date: Wed, Apr 27, 2022 7:30 PM
14-year-old Genshu Price, founder of Bottles4College, shows you how to recycle your cans and bottles in Hawaiʻi.
Air Date: Wed, Mar 30, 2022 7:30 PM
On the second episode of Home is Here, we visit the last traditional Japanese tea house on O‘ahu., talk to community members who are working to preserve and share the legacy of Hawai‘i’s most renowned architect and sit down with a Punahou student who saw a lack of diversity in ethnic representation in her studies and decided to do something about it.
Air Date: Sat, Mar 19, 2022 7:30 PM

In our first episode, we feature three stories that could only take place here in Hawai‘i. We visit with the Okami ‘ohana, whose members created KoAloha ‘Ukulele more than 25 years ago. We’ll introduce you to rapper, artist, video game designer and activist, Daniel Kauwila “Wilz” Mahi and we travel to Kapa‘au on Hawai‘i Island and talk with the team at Hawai‘i Wildlife Center.

Architect Graham Hart explains Vladimir Ossipoff's thought process while building his weekend cabin at Pālehua.
Lawrence Fujiwara Jr. of Natsunoya Tea House tells how a Japanese spy took advantage of their second-floor view in the months leading up to World War II.
Home is Here host Kalaʻi Miller talks about the lasting impact of Vladimir Ossipoff on Hawaiʻi's modern architecture.
Noah Okami, the youngest employee at KoAloha ʻUkulele and grandson of founder Alvin Okami, takes us on a factory tour to show you the step-by-step process of making a KoAloha ʻukulele.
Linda Elliott, President and Center Director of the Hawaiʻi Wildlife Center, explains peak fallout season in Hawaiʻi and how light pollution can harm seabirds.
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