Plant ʻulu, save the planet

April 14, 2020 by Moanikeʻala Nabarro

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa graduate student Kālisi Mausio is going full throttle this semester. Despite the added pressures thrown at her during the COVID-19 pandemic, the mother of twin toddlers continues to work toward a PhD in tropical plant and soil sciences while maintaining her 20-acre tree farm in Hilo. And her endeavors keep growing. Mausio is determined to launch a startup to offset carbon emissions from commercial airliners by planting ʻulu or breadfruit trees. Learn more ...

2 Responses

  1. How can I buy a bread fruit tree for my daughter in Hilo?
    • Michael Thomas
      We ship to all islands.

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