‘Kanaka Garden’ removed, group leader cited

  • State Department of Land and Natural Resources staff Thursday morning removed dozens of taro and banana trees planted set up by activists at Wailoa River State Recreation Area. (DLNR/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • State Department of Land and Natural Resources staff Thursday morning removed dozens of taro and banana trees planted set up by activists at Wailoa River State Recreation Area. (DLNR/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • State Department of Land and Natural Resources staff Thursday morning removed dozens of taro and banana trees planted set up by activists at Wailoa River State Recreation Area. (DLNR/Special to West Hawaii Today)

State Department of Land and Natural Resources staff Thursday morning removed dozens of taro and banana trees planted set up by activists at Wailoa River State Recreation Area.