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Marsha Erickson

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Camp History | K�keʻe Museum, 21 Aug 2014 [cached]
When former Hui o Laka executive director Marsha Erickson came upon the camp in 1988, (site map) it had been abandoned since 1982, when Hurricane Iwa ravaged Kaua?i. Only one building, the recreation hall, was destroyed by the storm.
About Hui o Laka, 21 April 2012 [cached]
Marsha Erickson, Executive Director
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Hui o Laka's Executive Director since 1987, Marsha Erickson has 35 years of non-profit administrative experience in Hawaii. Many of the programs she created during her 13-year tenure (1973-1986) at Volcano Art Center persist to this day; for instance the Ho'oulu Ka Hula series and the Volcano Wilderness Marathon & Rim run, both continous attractions since 1983.
In 2003, Erickson was honored with the Hookele Award for excellence in non profit leadership by Hawaii Community Foundation and the Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation. She has served on many boards, and is currently an active member of Kauai Planning and Action Alliance's Park Action Team. In 2008, she was presented with the SGI-USA Humanitarian Award.
Ohana Magazine - November / December 2002 Issue, 15 Jan 2003 [cached]
by Marsha Erickson, Koke‘e Museum DirectorSitting on the edge of Kanaloahuluhulu Meadow is a small museum which is the friendly hub of visitor information and activities for Waimea Canyon and Koke‘e State Parks on Kauai's west end.First-time visitors who don't know about Koke‘e Natural History Museum, can't help but bump into it, three miles before Kalalau Valley.
Nestled in one of the world's most isolated and unique ecosystems, amid the dramatic splendor of Kauai's canyons and rare native Hawaiian drylands and rain forests, Koke‘e Museum is open daily, sharing the spirit of these upland forests as well as addressing practical trail questions for over 120,000 people a year."Where's the waterfall?"
VIA Online: Kauai's Alakai Swamp, 22 April 2001 [cached]
Restoration of the 66-year-old camp itself is one of numberless projects undertaken by Marsha Erickson , executive director of the Kokee Natural History Museum , and her volunteer workers.The Kokee museum functions variously as an educational center , a sponsor of events such as the annual Queen Emma Festival in October , and the hub of wilderness preservation projects , among them Weedbuster Workdays.
There may only be a handful of us interested in saving the planet , Erickson says , but we need to find solutions quickly.And if we must be saints to do that , so be it..
Marsha Erickson, Executive ..., 21 Nov 2012 [cached]
Marsha Erickson, Executive Director
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