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Some Hawaiian Plants Used in Hula

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Published on May 16, 2012

Video 31 in the Introduction to Ethnobotany series. Presented by Catherine Davenport.

Hula and music are two very important parts of Hawaiian Culture, they have both been strongly revived in recent years. This episode is a short introduction to some plants commonly used in Hula. Several species are identified in a short walking tour of the Maui Community College campus, and then on a narrated hike on the Windward coast of Maui, along Waihee Ridge Trail (elev. 2000').

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