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BRYAN BERKOWITZ / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER Randy Awo, retired chief of the state Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement, uses his throw net at Waiehu, Maui. He said he learned early lessons about resource management from his late father, game warden George Awo, while growing up in Waimanalo.
BRYAN BERKOWITZ / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER Randy Awo shows grandchildren Ka‘iewe delaNux, left, Ko‘olau delaNux and Kaydrin Visesio-delaNux how to clean an octopus destined for a pot of squid luau. Now retired, he is teaching his grandchildren about stewardship of the sea and land.
BRUCE ASATO / 2009 As Maui branch chief, Randy Awo supervised conservation enforcement officers during patrols on land, on the water and in the air.