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Volunteers show their love of the land ahead of Earth Day

Volunteers with 808 Clean Ups worked on a restoration project on Puu O Kaimuki on Friday.

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Ian Imperial, left, Abigail Daniels, Lani Booker and Toper Tanner along some two dozen "stone weavers” worked along side 808 Clean Ups personnel to restore the stone walls of Puu o Kaimuki on Friday.
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Some two dozen "stone weavers” worked along side 808 Clean Ups personnel to restore the stone walls of Puu o Kaimuki on Friday.
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Rain Pease, center, and Jordan Loftin along with some two dozen "stone weavers” worked alongside 808 Clean Ups personnel to restore the stone walls of Puu o Kaimuki on Friday.
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Volunteer Devon Casem, working with 808 Clean Ups, watered recently revived a‘alii plants during a restoration project on Puu O Kaimuki on Friday.
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Volunteer Devon Casem, working with 808 Clean Ups, watered recently revived native plants during a restoration project on Puu O Kaimuki on Friday.
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Ilinahi Bleasdell, left, and Devon Casem weeded and watered on Puu o Kaimuki on Friday to encourage the revival of native plants on the hillside. The restoration project was spearheaded by 808 Clean Ups.

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