Koa Legacy Trees are being planted along Hawaii’s wildlife corridors to provide native habitat for Hawaii’s birds and wildlife, which are part of a managed forest ecosystem and will not be harvested. In addition to the Koa Legacy Trees, they will also be planting native understory trees and shrubs, which they say will improve watershed and stream quality and coral reef habitat as well.
Koa (Acacia koa) is a native Hawaiian tree that reach heights of 100 feet and diameters of 4 feet. Click here to help with the Legacy restoration project and sponsor the planting of a Koa tree.
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