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Hui o Laka Trustees and Staff reorganize Kokee Museum exhibits (10 photos) ...

A day of fun and hard work bonds staff and trustees

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Do you remember? (3 photos) ...

Old favorites - what story do you have visiting these at the Kokee Museum?

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Kokee Museum Peeps (4 photos) ...

Chickens have been a part of the scene a Kanaloahuluhulu Meadow for nearly 4 decades.

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Bloomin' Broussaisia ~ Another photo from Kathy Valier, taken on the Kokee Resource Conservation Program expedition last week into the Alaka`i Swamp wilderness. Endemic to Hawai`i, Kanawao is in the Hydrangea family. ...

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Hammock web ~ Another photo courtesy of Kathy Valier, taken on an expedition into the Alaka`i Swamp wilderness last week with the Kokee Resource Conservation Program. ...

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Misty `Ohi`a in the Alaka`i Swamp.
Photo courtesy of Kathy Valier, taken on an expedition last week with the Kokee Resource Conservation Program.
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Adorable little handmade chicks now in the Museum shop...perfect for spring gifts. ...

Thanks to the wonderful folks at Kokee Museum, we are proud to announce that Local Chicks are on display and for purchase there

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9am "fog" - defrosting meadow ...

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Some roadside fruit trees think it's spring (2 photos) ...

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Birds of a feather...
Here's the proud flock of six Canadian snowbirds and local volunteers who participated in the shoreline bird count recently. Mahalo to Lucia and Bill Laidlaw for guiding plus hosting lunch afterward; to David Kuhn (at right, with gear) for his expertise; and to Reg Gage for leading participants on base at PMRF. Nan, at left, is visiting from China to intern with the Kokee Resource Conservation Program www.krcp.org
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Beautiful Sunday at Kanaloahuluhulu Meadow! (5 photos) ...

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The road to Koke'e was very busy this morning - a pack of 3 bicyclists, a tandem bike, a runner, another bicyclist, two runners and a pickup truck with hunters checking in. Love this kind of traffic! ...

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Kokee Museum - Hui o Laka updated their cover photo. ...

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The grove of Wiliwili trees damaged by fire in recent years is making a comeback along the Koke`e road up from Kekaka. Bright red-orange seeds inside the twisty pods of Erythrina can be used to make jewelry.
Photos contributed by Chris Faye & Lisa Johnshoy (3 photos)
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shave ice, anyone? ...

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37'F in Halemanu this morning. ...

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Kokee Museum - Hui o Laka shared County of Kaua'i's photo. ...

Shout-out to our Public Works Hanapepe Baseyard crew who was called in at 2a.m. to clear this fallen tree blocking Koke'e Road. They worked through the rain & cold and had the road cleared by 5a.m. Mahalo!!

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Kanaloahuluhulu Meadow -- hmmm, make that Lake -- after 5" of rain. ...

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