Harvesting Kalo, U’ala & Ti Leaf for the Kīpuka.

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Harvesting kalo/taro, u’ala (sweet potato) & ti leaf.
Some for eating, some for sharing with the goats, some for the #kipukakaoproject
We grow many of the ancient Hawaiian canoe plants at Goat With The Flow Farm for the regenerative work we do on our goat hikes.

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By thinking of the future, we plant from the past as we dream of the bounty grown in the “future-ancient” kīpuka.
Goats eat the the invasive species and deposit fertilizer, we plant ancient Hawaiian food & medicine.

#everybodywins
#giving #stewardship #alohaaina #permaculture
#theproblemisthesolution #earthcare #peoplecare #fairshare #goats #regenerativeagriculture #packgoatsintraining #packgoats #eatlocalbrah #kalo #uala #ti #hoodsteading #poiforbreakfast

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