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GARDEN PARTY


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Re-purposed lifestyle

Stuff intended for the trash heap becomes invaluable items for a Kaneohe gardener

By Nancy Arcayna

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 11, 2014

~~<p>As the son of a family that worked the land, Sam Kakazu Jr. learned the art of repurposing long before it was trendy.</p>
<p>&quot;As farmers it's difficult to make money, so one man's trash is another man's treasure,&quot; he said.</p>
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As the son of a family that worked the land, Sam Kakazu Jr. learned the art of repurposing long before it was trendy.

"As farmers it's difficult to make money, so one man's trash is another man's treasure," he said. Login for more...



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