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Living on the Big Island

 
Kauna‘oa, Sands of Time
This place is Kauna‘oa. It shares the name with a fabulous plant, the orange dodder, a tangle of threads which thrives in salt air and lives without roots in the…
 
ʻOlelo Hawaiʻi, the Hawaiian Language
As Hawai‘i begins welcoming people back to the islands, the Hawai‘i Visitors & Convention Bureau (HVCB) and other organizations are working hard to “grow” Hawai‘i as a more interactive, more…
 
Hawaii Island Food Security
If you’ve spent any time in Hawai‘i, you know that food is everything. You’ll share ample potluck tables at social gatherings, snacks at meetings, beach picnics, church BBQ’s, food festivals,…
 
On the Beach 2020
“On the Beach 2020”Courtesy Brian E Powers, Hawaiian Images Photography & Video These strange days the world looks different, but it doesn’t all look bad. As birds return to cities…
 
Potluck Culture
Hawai‘i is a potluck society. Her foods, like her people, all come from somewhere else. We each bring a taste of this and that to a table where everybody shares,…
 
The Aloha Spirit
Anyone who’s visited Hawai‘i has heard of it and knows it’s important. They feel the difference, perhaps in the sense of place here compared to where they come from. The…
 
Kuleana for Marine Wildlife
Hawaiʻi Island is a beautiful place for people to live; its beaches magnificent places for us to play. But long before we came here, marine wildlife made their home here,…

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