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  • Penny LevinMar 3, 2013 at 12:08 am

    E kala mai, I never saw this article before it was printed. The purpose of the taro task force is not as described, but rather, to protect and perpetuate kalo and kalo cultivation, to guide taro-related policy and research, and to support the economic, social and cultural viability of existing and future taro farmers and taro farming communities in Hawaii. Revision of Bulletin 84 and the identification and verification of kalo cultivars is a collaboration of many, many people.

    Penny Levin

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