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Nalu Builds/Nalu Creative

NALU BUILDS was founded on the premise of creating beautifully hand crafted furniture on the Island of Hawaii using sustainably sourced woods, local woods. Our goal was to utilize the many natural woods of  the island and craft them into beautiful…

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Hawaii Community College Forest Team Program

Students learn to actively manage Hawai‘i’s native forest ecosystems, grow native plants, establish agroforestry operations, use Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Internships give students on-the-job training with potential employers. For more information call (808) 934-2623, or…

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Kim Parker, Plantscapes, Inc.

Bringing Nature to Work Since 1980 Office Plants, Plant Rentals, Plant Maintenance Kim Parker Plants, Inc., a CA corporation started in 1980 in San Jose CA, provides natural "companionship" in an otherwise sterile space.​ Our plant rentals, plant sales and plant maintenance guarantees the…

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Aileen’s Nursery-Po’o wai u

We are a small, local nursery specializing in native plants for restoration, reforestation, and landscaping. We grow both native and Polynesian introduced species. Located in Hilo, on the island of Hawaii. Services include custom grow out of desired species, as…

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Green Energy Team, LLC

Green Energy Team LLC is committed to providing sustainable and renewable energy to Kaua'i, long term local jobs and to have a positive impact on the environment.

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Forest Solutions, Inc

Forest Solutions Hawaii Projects Forest Solutions Hawaii has been actively manages tree plantation for 17 years and currently has 140,000 acres of projects area. Our experience covers: Plantations Dry forest Wet forest Difficult weeds Certification Our Services: Forest Planning and…

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La’au Woods Inc. dba Kaua’i Koa Farm

At the Kaua'i Koa Farm we grow native Hawaiian and other tropical hardwoods. Our main focus is the sustainable production of Acacia koa. Kauai Koa Farm began planting Acacia koa and other tropical hardwoods in 1994.

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