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[ Nature ]
By Sam Burns
Forget whatever you’ve heard about leaf miners, these common garden pests are little wonders that may be holding up an entire ecosystem! Head over to Hawaii with us to check out how these tiny creatures can have a big impact on conservation.
[ Creativity ]
Can we capture great meals with a piece of art? The ancient Japanese art form of Gyotaku has been memorializing fishermen’s “big catch” for centuries, now the art form has found new meaning in Hawaii in the hands of Naoki Hayashi.
[ Culture ]
Here’s what is possible when we focus on what we have in common instead of how we differ. Take a look at the experience of the USA Olympic Rafting team when they learned the ropes of a Hawaiian tradition and you’ll see, it’s nothing short of magic.
[ Culture ]
How can farming blend scholarship, tradition, empowerment, and service to the community? MA’O farms in Hawaii is empowering the young people of Oahu’s Waianae coast with a program that is changing countless lives and building a stronger future!