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Hawaiian Springs Artesian Water Donates $2870 To Protect Last Known Wild Nanu Plant

(L to R) Hawaiian Springs Chairman & CEO Rick Hadley, Oahu PEP Coordinator Susan Ching, Waianae Mountains Watershed Partnership Representative Yumi Miyata, and Hawaiian Springs Regional Manager Clarence Sakamoto.

Hawaiian Springs Chairman & CEO Rick Hadley (far left) recently presented a check for $2,870 to the Hawaii Plant Extinction Prevention (PEP) Program to protect the last known wild nanu plant (gardenia brighamii) on the island of Oahu, which is featured on the Hawaiian Springs water bottle label. The PEP Program works to conserve and repopulate Hawaii’s most critically endangered native species. For more information, visit www.hawaiianspring.com.


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