I’m a medical marijuana patient. I have a brain tumor and residual health issues from the brain surgeries and cancer treated in the last five years. But the other night, someone waltzed into my yard and took my three plants that were in my greenhouse. I’m just super bummed, feeling stupid for not trusting my instincts and beefing up my security. If you find out any groms on the … [Read more...] about Eh Brah! The marijuana plants you stole were my medicine!
Haleakala National Park wants your help in determining how best to deal with the feral animals that make life difficult for the native species that live in Nu`u, park officials announced yesterday. "Haleakala National Park Service, in partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, is working to protect and restore 2,115 acres of habitat for native species in … [Read more...] about What do you think of Haleakala National Park’s plan to deal with feral animals in Nu`u?
On Nov. 2, Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful (KHIB) held a planting project in celebration of Arbor Day at Ka’a Point in Kanaha. After the tsunami that hit Maui from the Japan earthquake back in 2011, Ka’a point sustained some damage and debris was washed up into the area. Mike Perry, a long-time volunteer and Kanaha champion, removed the debris in hopes of restoring the site … [Read more...] about Keep The Hawaiian Islands Beautiful Celebrates National Planting Day
I know you’re just doing your job but have you thought about getting a new one? Or, at least, have you ever considered that the plants you’re looking for give some a better chance at living a normal life? I’m a vet who was injured while in the service. Cannabis helps with my pain and PTSD. I hope you got a good look at my seven legal plants and feel good and tough buzzing my … [Read more...] about Leave My Marijuana Plants Alone
BEST JOB EVER Think about it: you go up in a helicopter, fly over some of the most beautiful and remote forests on Maui, hover within 100 feet of the green, then pick up a paintball gun loaded with herbicide and start blasting away at invasive species. For the last two years, Dr. James Leary of the University of Hawaii has done exactly that. He says he’s gone out on 10 or so … [Read more...] about James Leary Battles Miconia With a Paintball Gun While the State of Hawaii Sort Of Opens Old Haleakala Trail