Hawai’i’s Finest Wood Workers Feature Hawai’i’s Glorious Forest Products

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Hawai'i's finest wood workers and our wealth of locally produced wood come together in the Hawai’i Forest Industry Association’s 2012 Woodshow.  On a recent visit to Hawai’i island, HPR’s Noe Tanigawa found an effort is underway to preserve Hawai’i’s most famous native tree, Koa, for future generations.

The Hawai’i Forest Industry Association’s Annual Woodshow continues at the Honolulu Museum of Art School at Linekona through April 15.  Heirloom-quality furniture, art, musical instruments, bowls and more are available for viewing and purchase. 

For more information, check  http://woodshow.hawaiiforest.org/ and http://gallery.hawaiiforest.org/

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