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Journey’s harvest

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    Ho‘ala School students Nathan Evans, front, Relin Coller, Dakota Kam, and teacher Maggie Pulver pull taro from their garden, which is maintained by students in kindergarten through fourth grade. Pulver is also a member of the Polynesian Voyaging Society who is training for Hoku­le‘a’s worldwide journey. She says many of her students have been inspired to start their own gardens at home.
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    Ethan Takeyama shows off a sweet potato just pulled from the ground.
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    Punahou School students Emma Kane, above right, and Malama Iaukea harvest sweet potatoes grown in a garden on campus for the voyage of the Hokule‘a and Hikianalia.
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    Pictured above is sweet potato harvested by students at Punahou School.
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    Students from all grade levels at Punahou School helped grow and preserve food to donate to the Hoku­le‘a. Garden resource teacher Eliza Lathrop reaches out for the first harvested sweet potato.
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    Schools around the state are growing and preparing food for the Polynesian Voyaging Society. Annie Kuehu holds an eggplant grown in the Ho‘ala School garden.
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    Joe Hyde takes a bite of kale grown in the garden. Pictured at left is sweet potato harvested by students at Punahou School.

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