Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Plants 50,000th Legacy Tree on Hawaii Island

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, located on the Island of Hawaii, announced that it has planted its 50,000th tree within its Legacy Forest. The trees, planted as part of the Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative and in collaboration with Hualalai Ohana Foundation, now cover more than 100 acres of land, reports Breaking Travel News.

The trees that comprise Four Seasons’ Forest are koa, an endemic tree found only in Hawaii. Historically, the tree was connected to Hawaiian royalty, but the species has been overharvested in recent years.

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