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Native Hawaiian salt makers combat climate change and pollution to protect a sacred tradition

HANAPEPE, Kauai — On a warm summer afternoon, Tina Taniguchi was on her hands and knees scraping dirt off an oblong depression in the ground. Thick brown hair peeked out from her coconut leaf hat. Splotches of mud stuck to her T-shirt and speckled her smiling face.


Source: Hawaii Tribune Herald

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