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We endeavor to show our guests a part of Hawai‘i outside of their resort, and show them the importance of preserving Hawaii’s ‘Āina (Land). We seek to demonstrate the importance of keeping our island clean and flourishing, so that their children can one day visit Hawai‘i and have it be even more beautiful than today.

Working with our nonprofit partners, Hawaii Forest Institute, our company has planted hundreds of non-invasive Polynesian-introduced plants such as Kalo (Taro), Awapuhi, and Olena. Working with the community we have hosted many planting projects and community clean ups, focused on educating youth groups on Hawaii Island.