The Green Issue 2015

Kikaha Issue 04, now on all Island Air Flights.

Many people come to Hawai‘i for its world-renowned beaches, entranced by the breathtaking coastlines and pristine ocean. Because of the cerulean beauty of isle waters, it can be easy to forget how spectacular and diverse Hawai‘i’s greenery is as well. In this issue, we feature individuals who are transforming how we interact with the landscape, from a beachside community offering up the bounty of the land; to a chef who forages Hawai‘i’s trails for unexpected edibles; to an artist changing the way we experience a garden. Hawai‘i’s ‘āina continually provides new ways to explore the islands.

This month’s issue features:

Making a Mark: Patrick Dougherty’s Stickwork

Recovering the Work of a Renaissance Man: Herb Kāne

A Co-operative Approach: Waimānalo Market Co-op

Merry Men of the Macabre: Hound and Quail

Unfettered Luxury: Lanai Collection

A Taste of Home: Sheldon Simeon

The South Rises: Scratch Kitchen

The Sweet Side of Kaimukī

Golf Tips: Playing Under Pressure

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