The photos below are taken from the blessing of Tetiaroa Society’s Ecostation. This ceremony saw the naming of the Ecostation “Te Fare rau ihi” — The House of Multiple Sciences.
In May 2013, Students from International School Community (Lake Washington School District) visited French Polynesia for a cultural impregnation. The group has visited Tahiti, Moorea and Tetiaroa and learned about local custom, wildlife, Tahitian institution.
In March 2013, a group of third year law students from the University of Minnesota School of Law visited Tetiaroa after spending the school year working on behalf of Tetiaroa Society and participating in an international law symposium.
In May 2011, As part of The Tetiaroa Geodatabase Program, students from the University of Redlands Environmental Studies Department joined forces with Tetiaroa Society and embark on a 10-day field trip for the baseline mapping for the development of...
Pictures of Tetiaroa, its stunning natural beauty and wildlife.