Restoring Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity through Cost-Effective and Resilient Agroforestry Systems

Since September 2018, our project team, composed of University of Hawai‘i faculty and students, Kāko‘o ‘Ōiwi staff, and other partners have worked together to: 1) design, implement, and monitor 10 agroforestry demonstration plots and buffer areas in He‘eia, O‘ahu (objective 1); 2) publish peer-review and practitioner-oriented material on agroforestry, functional traits, and ecosystem services (objective 2); and 3) carry out two agroforestry workshops (objective 3).

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