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Hawaiian Ecosystems and Culture; Why Growing Plants for Lei Helps to Preserve Hawaii's Natural and Cultural Heritage

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Title:Hawaiian Ecosystems and Culture; Why Growing Plants for Lei Helps to Preserve Hawaii's Natural and Cultural Heritage
Authors:Anderson-Fung, Puanani O.
Maly, Kepa
Keywords:Hawaii
indigenous species
forest ecosystems
ecosystem management
Date Issued:2009
Publisher:University of Hawaii
Citation:Anderson-Fung PO, Maly K. 2009. Hawaiian ecosystems and culture; Why growing plants for lei helps to preserve Hawaii's natural and cultural heritage. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 32 p. (Resource Management; RM-16).
Series:Resource Management
16
Abstract:This excerpt from "Growing plants for Hawaiian lei" examines the effects of early Hawaiians' spiritual beliefs and culture on their management of natural and agricultural ecosystems in the archepelago. Implications of these ancient practices for contemporary care of natural resources are developed.
Pages/Duration:32 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/12435
Appears in Collections: Resource Management, 1999 - present


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