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Ulu anyone?

Ulu on East Kaua’i are mature green, oozing sap but not quite yellowing. Many smaller, half-sized fruit continue to fall before maturity, possibly due to strong winds earlier in the month.  Ohia ‘ai liko are just beginning to open and

Ulu anyone?

Ulu on East Kaua’i are mature green, oozing sap but not quite yellowing. Many smaller, half-sized fruit continue to fall before maturity, possibly due to strong winds earlier in the month.  Ohia ‘ai liko are just beginning to open and

I ka nana no a ike

by observing, one learns We are so excited to learn from the observations you share with us through the Moon Phase Project! In collaboration with the project, Kealopiko has designed beautiful moon phase journals, now available at http://www.kealopiko.com. Hilo ia a

I ka nana no a ike

by observing, one learns We are so excited to learn from the observations you share with us through the Moon Phase Project! In collaboration with the project, Kealopiko has designed beautiful moon phase journals, now available at http://www.kealopiko.com. Hilo ia a

Changing kai

Seasonal evidence of kai koo and hukihuki at the Malaukaa fringing reef in Heeia, Oahu

Changing kai

Seasonal evidence of kai koo and hukihuki at the Malaukaa fringing reef in Heeia, Oahu