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New program helps Hawaii nonprofits, groups launch regenerative tourism experiences

COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS
                                Lehia Apana and Brad Bayless harvest mamaki at Polipoli Farms. Other crops pictured include niu (coconut), maiʻa (bananas) and ʻulu (breadfruit)
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COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS

Lehia Apana and Brad Bayless harvest mamaki at Polipoli Farms. Other crops pictured include niu (coconut), maiʻa (bananas) and ʻulu (breadfruit)

COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS
                                Students in the Malama Learning Center’s Malama ʻAina Field School program collect seeds from native plants at the Palehua restoration site to grow in the nursery.
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COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS

Students in the Malama Learning Center’s Malama ʻAina Field School program collect seeds from native plants at the Palehua restoration site to grow in the nursery.

COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS
                                Polipoli Farms was one of 29 participants in a new program that helps local groups build capacity to host experiences for visitors and locals. Polipoli Farms co-founders Brad Bayless and Lehia Apana plant mamaki.
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COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS

Polipoli Farms was one of 29 participants in a new program that helps local groups build capacity to host experiences for visitors and locals. Polipoli Farms co-founders Brad Bayless and Lehia Apana plant mamaki.

COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS
                                Lehia Apana and Brad Bayless harvest mamaki at Polipoli Farms. Other crops pictured include niu (coconut), maiʻa (bananas) and ʻulu (breadfruit)
COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS
                                Students in the Malama Learning Center’s Malama ʻAina Field School program collect seeds from native plants at the Palehua restoration site to grow in the nursery.
COURTESY POLIPOLI FARMS
                                Polipoli Farms was one of 29 participants in a new program that helps local groups build capacity to host experiences for visitors and locals. Polipoli Farms co-founders Brad Bayless and Lehia Apana plant mamaki.