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The Role Aquaculture Could Play in Native Hawaiian Health

The aquaponics set that sits outside on the Diamond Head side of Konia.

Mahealani Deenik and Kiersty McKee

October 24, 2019

Honolulu Civil Beat reporter, Eleni Gili, highlights The MALAMA project. Based in Waimanalo, this project has dedicated time to create aquaponic and hydroponic gardens in residents’, predominantly of Native Hawaiian blood, backyards. MALAMA stands for Mini Ahupuaʻa for Lifestyle and Meaʻai throu...

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