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Foundation Launches Orchard Classrooms for Big Island Students

BIG ISLAND NOW: "'If you want to plan for one year, plant kalo,' Dr. Furtado said. 'If you want to plan for 10 years, plant koa. But if you want to plan for 100 years, teach the children. By bringing the children and the fruit tree planting together, we continue to plan for generations to come. This fruit tree planting serves multiple purposes, it’s a reversal of climate change, plus giving you life and oxygen, plus giving you food. It’s a multi-pronged project that takes care of hunger and takes care of the earth.'" Read the full story here.


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