In 2003, Alexander & Baldwin and The Nature Conservancy signed a 10-year pact to protect the 80-acre Kanaele Bog in east Kaua‘i – a one-of-a-kind community of native Hawaiian plants that was the only well-preserved low-elevation bog remaining in the Hawaii. This was the first of three partnerships between A&B and The Conservancy over the past 15 years create some of the largest private nature reserves in Hawaii. A recent story published in the Garden Isle shares recent restoration effort by The Conservancy to ensure the native lowland bog is thriving.
View Garden Isle Story – Last Native Lowland Bog ‘Thriving’
*Photo Credit:Nathan Yuen/TNC