For the Love of Honey

The deeply forested Waiho‘i Valley on Maui has countless wild bee hives that are vital to the flowering ecosystem. Avocado, mango, guava, ohia, rainbow eucalyptus and wild ginger thrive in fertile soil that’s fragmented by dark lava veins. At the base of the valley, nestled in a dead mango stump, a hive plagued a local fisherman and his family.

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