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Jack and Kim Johnson’s Kokua Learning Farm in Haleiwa gets help from new solar e-tractor

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Jack Johnson discusses the farm's new tractor.
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                                Jack Johnson drives the solar tractor past a kalo patch at the Kokua Hawaii Foundation Learning Farm in Haleiwa. The tractor was donated to the farm through a social media fundraising campaign. At left, the musician and his wife, Kim.
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Jack Johnson drives the solar tractor past a kalo patch at the Kokua Hawaii Foundation Learning Farm in Haleiwa. The tractor was donated to the farm through a social media fundraising campaign. At left, the musician and his wife, Kim.

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                                Jack Johnson drives the solar tractor with brothers Maleko and Makakoa Wilkinson at the Kokua Hawaii Foundation Learning Farm in Haleiwa.
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Jack Johnson drives the solar tractor with brothers Maleko and Makakoa Wilkinson at the Kokua Hawaii Foundation Learning Farm in Haleiwa.

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                                Jack and Kim Johnson at their farm in Haleiwa.
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Jack and Kim Johnson at their farm in Haleiwa.

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Jack Johnson drives the solar tractor past a kalo patch at the Kokua Hawaii Foundation Learning Farm in Haleiwa. The tractor was donated to the farm through a social media fundraising campaign. At left, the musician and his wife, Kim.
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Jack Johnson drives the solar tractor with brothers Maleko and Makakoa Wilkinson at the Kokua Hawaii Foundation Learning Farm in Haleiwa.
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Jack and Kim Johnson at their farm in Haleiwa.