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Mud Damage to Coral, a Hot Tin Roof, GMO's in Kona Coffee, Blues Piano in Kaua'i

It’s Wednesday, June 26 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation.

 

    

Army Corp Killing Hanalei Reefs

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Terry Lilley is a biologist, diver and videographer. Researchers from the UH, the US Geological Survey and  NOAA are working to find ways to curtail the growth of the disease. View Terry Lilley's website.

“Cat On a Hot Tin Roof”

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Lauren Murata

Lauren Murata plays Maggie the Cat in the Actors Group production of Tennessee Williams’s “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”   The production runs until July 14th. Visit the TAG website for tickets and information.

GMO Coffee on the Big Island

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Colehour Bondera

Colehour Bondera lives in Honaunau on a 5.4 acre certified organic diversified farm. He’s a founding member of Kona Coffee Farmers Association and chairs the geographical identity committee and represents small-scale producers as the appointee on the National Organic Standards Board. The Hawaii Country Council will meet on July second to consider Bill 79 prohibiting GMOs.

Red Clay Jazz Festival: Pianist Chris Siebert

Chris Siebert, pianist with Lavay Smith and her Red Hot Skillet Lickers, will help conduct a blues workshop tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Kaua’i Community College. Visit the Red Clay Jazz Festival website for more information.

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