Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative

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The Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative (HLRI) is a nonprofit dedicated to rebuilding Hawai‘i’s natural rainforest environments and to restoring the diversity and integrity of the native ecosystem. HLRI is an organization run by people with lifetimes of experience in all of the areas necessary to the success of this project. It is a new way of sustainable reforestation that is found nowhere else on Earth.

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Summit + Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative
Growing a legacy
Saving the planet, one tree at a time read
Summit + Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative
Fit for a king
Reviving the arts and forests of our past read
Summit + Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative
Made in the shade
"I am a ‘woodholic – I love wood." read
Summit + Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative
HLRI Works to Preserve Forestry at Kahuā Ranch
Partnering with legacy land steward Monty Richards, HLRI furthers its forestry goals read
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Summit is Hawaii's magazine of ideas and style for the global citizen. We're named for Queen Kapiolani's motto, "kulia i ka nuu," strive for the summit. Summit is available on fine newsstands throughout North America and the Asia-Pacific region.

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Ikaika Hussey
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Mae Ariola
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Will Caron
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Karen Shishido
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James Charisma