Hawaiian Couple Embarks on Mega Tree-Planting Road Trip: 50

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Hawaiian Couple Embarks on Mega Tree-Planting Road Trip: 50

Post by edfrank » Mon May 16, 2011 5:42 pm

Hawaiian Couple Embarks on Mega Tree-Planting Road Trip: 50 Native Trees, 50 States


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Joe Imhoff and Sara Tekula, a husband-and-wife filmmaking duo, understand the power of native species: Their Plant a Wish project is taking the couple on a cross-country trip to install native trees in every state. But the Hawaii-based couple isn't just planting trees -- they're also filming the tour for a documentary scheduled for release in 2012.
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