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Hear the inspiring story of a group of people working together to reforest part of the island of Maui. Art Medeiros & the Auwahi Forest Restoration Project are protecting tracts of highly endangered forest as biological and cultural sanctuaries. Hawaiʻi is home to some of the rarest plant species on earth. It is known as the endangered species capital of the world. With the help of volunteer tree planters, the project has begun to successfully restore some of this remarkable native habitat on the slope of Maui’s volcano Haleakalā. Art shares with us this story of resilience.

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Auwahi Forest Restoration Project

auwahi.org

and Dr. Arthur Medeiros

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