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The farmers restoring Hawaii's ancient food forests that once fed an island
by Lakhani in Maui with photographs by Bea Oyster
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17 June 2022
On 17 June 2022 The Guardian reported:
Maui is a hub for GMO research but Indigenous farmers are trying to bring back the abundant and thriving landscapes of their ancestors. Kaipo Kekona and his wife Rachel Lehualani Kapu have transformed several acres of depleted farmland into a dense food forest on a mountain ridge. The couple are Indigenous farmers -- ancient knowledge keepers -- and part of a wider food and land sovereignty movement gaining momentum in Hawaii.
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