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Kipahulu 'Ohana
Taro patch restoration in Haleakala National Park, with cultural activities and tours for locals and visitors.

Kahanu Garden
National Tropical Botanical Gardens - Ethnobotanical collection of kalo and other Polynesian introduced plants

Taro, Mauka to Makai
A Taro Production and Business Guide for Hawai'i
Published by College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), University of Hawaii

Taro Varieties in Hawaii
A reprint of the classic 1939 bulletin by Whitney, Bowers, and Takahashi, this publication contains detailed descriptions of 84 varieties of taro then found in Hawaii. Appendices group the varieties into “finding lists” according to general descriptions. Eight pages of drawings and photographs illustrate the distinguishing morphological characteristics of the taro plant.

Kupuna Kalo
Promotes viewing Kalo as food through photos of varieties, a curriculum of suggested activities, contact information for field visits, nutrition information and recognition of teachers in the community.

Taro: The Roots of Hawaiian Agriculture ...It's Not Just Poi Anymore
Hawai'i Island Journal, February 1-15, 2004

Kalo - one of the "Canoe Plants of Ancient Hawai`i"

Hawaiian Kalo: An identification guide for taro in the Hawaiian Islands

Statewide strategic control plan for apple snail in Hawaii - Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project (HEAR)

Maui Nui Botanical Gardens

Poi to the World

Traditional Hawaiian Foods and Their Preparation

Ahupua'a, Fishponds and Lo'i - A film by Na Maka O Ka `Aina

Hawaii Farmers Market Guide

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