Before the arrival of humans, the Hawaiian archipelago was a radical laboratory sequestered in the center of Earth’s largest ocean.
The founder of botanical boutique Paiko, Tamara Rigney, shares tips on harvesting and displaying local flora.
Plant pathologist Lisa Keith helps uncover some of Hawai‘i’s most notorious killers.
Over the last two centuries, Hawai‘i residents have had a fluctuating relationship with cannabis. In 2000, Hawai‘i was the sixth state to legalize medical marijuana. More than 16 years later, the state will finally allow licensees to purchase weed from slick new dispensaries across the islands.
On Hawai‘i Island, forests of native naio, māmane, koa, and ‘iliahi are carefully nurtured to replenish the mountainside.
Lā‘au lapa‘au practitioner Leinā‘ala Bright lovingly sows seeds of healing.
A sleepless chef finds rest—and an impressive collection of victuals—under the blanket of night along Honolulu trails.