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Day 2: Native and Invasive Plants
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Watch First! Managing Invasive Threats to Native Habitat
Selected Resources on Native and Invasive Plants
Native Planters of Old Hawaii by pt. 1. Prehistoric perspectives -- pt. 2. Plants and animals in the Hawaiian economy -- pt. 3. Demography of the Hawaiian Islands -- pt. 4. The makahiki harvest festival -- pt. 5. Descriptions of habitation on each island.
Call Number: ONLINE / HAW AM101 .B442 no.233 1991
Publication Date: 1972-01-01
La'au Hawaii by This classic, award-winning book provides the first comprehensive description of Hawaiian traditions of plant use. Topics include not only food, but clothing, cordage, shelter, canoes, tools, housewares, medicines, religious objects, weaponry, personal adornment, and recreation.
Call Number: HAW QK473.H4 A33 1992
Recommendations for Native and Invasive Species (plants, bugs, etc)
Day 2 Library Challenge for Students
Identify one native plant in your neighborhood and one interesting fact about it.
Share your findings on Padlet.
Native Plant: Kalo (also known as taro)
Interesting fact: Poi, one of the foods made kalo, is hypoallergenic.
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