agriculture theft

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Police in Hawaii are investigating the theft of fruit valued at about $1,000 including durian, which is known for its powerful odor.

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Economic Impacts of the Volcano; Fast Moving Lava Appears; Agriculture Theft on Hawaii Island; Hawaii Youth Symphony Seeks New Direction

The Conversation: Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Dec 7, 2017
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Pearl Harbor Memories; Waikiki Erosion; Wartime Hawaii in Fiction; Farm Equipment Theft

The Conversation: Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Nov 29, 2017
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Republican Tax Plan Advances; Johnson Amendment Repeal; Prosecuting Agricultural Theft on Hawaii Island; Habitat Zone for False Killer Whales

The Conversation: Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

Nov 28, 2017
Lee Cataluna

Power Dynamics of Sexual Harassment; Kona Coast Coffee Theft; Habilitat Drug Rehab Program; Extraordinary Stories from an Ordinary 'Ohana

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Agriculture theft has been a problem on Hawaii Island for decades.  From a South Kona farmer whose coffee beans have repeatedly been stolen off her trees to the recently created position of County Agriculture Crimes Investigator, this series explores the people impacted by agriculture theft across Hawaii Island.