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Saving Ohia Documentary

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Saving Ohia - Hawaii’s Sacred Tree is a documentary highlighting the significance of Hawaii’s native tree, Ohia, and the current threat of Rapid Ohia Death that is impacting thousands of acres of forest on Kauai and Hawaii Island. This film provides an in-depth look into the cultural and ecological importance of Hawaii’s keystone species - and the potential impact of the current epidemic. Join us for an opportunity to learn more about Ohia and the two new fungal pathogens causing Rapid Ohia Death, and meet the team of scientists, conservationists, and Hawaii residents determined to protect native forests and save Ohia.

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Saving Ohia – Hawaii’s Sacred Tree is a film documentary from the Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species by the University of Hawaii – Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit. This documentary was produced by CLUB SULLIVAN TV with help from the multiagency Rapid Ohia Death Response Team. Featuring: Kekuhi Kealiikanakaoleohaililani, J.B. Friday, David Benitez, Noah Gomes, Sam Ohukaniohia Gon, Robert Keanokealakahikikapoleikamakaopua Kaupu IV, Justin Lee, Shane Dorian, Leila Kealoha, Lisa Keith, Flint Hughes, Tiana Kuni, Kelina Eldredge, Caitlin Kanoe Kaopuiki, Tom Pico, Marc Hughes, Blaine Luiz, Eva Brill, Steve Bergfeld, Bill Stormont, Mahina Patterson, Curtis Ewing, Carter Atkinson, Sebastian Klein.

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