Eric Enos’ Story of Kaʻala: Hawai’i Taro Farming
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8 Jun 2021 – Eric Enos dives into the Native Hawaiian journey of restoring O’ahu’s taro farms and reviving an essential cultural practice. Eric is the co-founder and Executive Director of Ka‘ala Farm, Inc., a Wai‘anae based community organization that has operated the Cultural Learning Center at Ka‘ala for nearly three decades. Visit their website https://kaalafarm.org/ or find them on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/kaala_farm/.
Tags: Anglo America, Colonialism, Colonization, Hawaii, Hawaiian Culture, Hawaiian Religion, Hawaiian Sovereignty, Pacific Islands, USA
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