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Wiliwili Keiki!

In December WDFRP hosted the first of many work exchanges between conservation projects sites on the west side. The team planted about 100 plants in a 1/2 acre site around an old wiliwili and uhiuhi tree with the idea that…

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Naio thrips

Dave Faucette and I have been noticing some differences in naio thip infestations that seem to be related to the morphological characteristics of the naio itself. We are seeing thick pubescent (hairy) leaves with little or no thrip damage compared…

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Sunday’s Celebration

The Waikoloa Dry forest Celebration was a well attended event complete with a couple drops of rain! Many of our visitors made the trek out to the project site and were able to see the uhiuhi trees flowering and the…

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