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Marking three decades of promoting sustainable fruit production in the Aloha State, the 30th Hawaii International Tropical Fruit Conference is available free to the public
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Welcome to our weekly adopt-an-animal feature that we recently revived! We’ve partnered with local rescue organization KARES (Kohala Animal Relocation and Education Service) to give
Ka mo’opuna I ke alo – “The grandchild in the presence” — said of a grandchild who was reared in the presence of a grandparent.
Hawaiʻi Statehood Day, also known as Hawaiʻi Admissions Day, is observed annually on the third Friday of August. Hawaiʻi became the 50th US state on
National Back to School Month has been observed since the 1960s. The school year traditionally began in the fall and ended in late spring allowing
Hawai’i is home to 40 species of sharks and nine species of ray, the shark’s cousin. The Hawaiian general name for sharks is manō, and
For Native Hawaiians, sharks (manō) connect us to our ancestors and nature. From creationism legends to familial connections, sharks are found in many aspects of
Share Your Big Island Event For FREE | BigIslandPulse.com Bigislandpulse.com is proud to release our updated Event Calendar! As virtual events become more and more