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Filmed in Tennessee, Hawaii and New York City, TREE SAFARI: The Koa Connection melds art, culture, science and eco-travel, following Brad Sells from his studio in Cookeville, TN, to the volcanic slopes of Hawaii in a quest for koa wood, revered for its density, tone and color.
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Tree Safari: The Koa Connection DVD

By Puddenhead

from Layton, UT

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Comments about PBS Tree Safari: The Koa Connection DVD:

This is one of the most outstanding coverages of the use of wood products I have ever seen. And in a place I love....Hawaii! Excellent descriptions of the process of creating beautiful art from age old woods. I bought a DVD for Christmas for each of my children, who are all artistic!

 
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By Jim

from Laguna Beach, CA

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Comments about PBS Tree Safari: The Koa Connection DVD:

My home was built in the 1970s and has many koa wood counters. When I recently shopped for replacement granite counters I was informed koa is very rare now so "it would be crazy to replace them with stone counters." Naturally, I decided to find out why koa is so rare now and how valuable the counters are now. This video helped me answer both questions.

 
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Honor the koa

By Alohamo

from Pahoa, HI

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Comments about PBS Tree Safari: The Koa Connection DVD:

PBS Kids teaches adults as well. The koa holds a place of honor in Hawaiian culture and this video helped me appreciate it even more.

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