KĀNE`OHE, HAWAI`I – Building world-class `ukulele is their business and reforesting Hawai`i is their passion. Look for Kanile`a `Ukulele founders and co-owners Joe and Kristen Souza in the latest edition of Ke Ola, Hawai`i Island’s Community magazine. In this issue, freelance writer Jan Wizinowich shares her experience at Nani `Ekolu, the first property acquired by the Souzas for the purpose of revitalizing and protecting Hawai`i’s native forests. She learns of the joys and hardships of reforestation and the dire need to save our endemic plants and trees. Wizinowich also spends quality time with cultural advisor and kumu hula Cody Pueo Pata to learn the significance of the great work the Souzas do.
For the full article, visit keolamagazine.com
To sponsor a koa tree, `iliahi (Hawaiian sandalwood) or to make a tax-deductible donation, visit reforesthawaii.org which is dedicated to Saving Hawai`i’s Forests.
For inquiries, please contact:
Kanile`a `Ukulele, Public and Artist Relations
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