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Wishlist

Wish List
Fall-Winter 2020
Would you like to make a difference today? Purchase an item from our wish list and your donation will go directly to meet immediate program needs. Please send your contribution with the enclosed envelope, including a specific description of the item. If you have any questions or would like to make your donation by phone, call Chelsey Aki at (808) 332-7324 Ext. 209. To make your donation online, go to ntbg.org/support/donate. Mahalo for your support!

Breadfruit Institute
Employee work boots – $225
Organic soil amendments – $460
Breadfruit Harvest supplies – $350

Kahanu Garden
Shindaiwa 262x brush cutter – $430
Pots and sprinkler heads for the greenhouse – $350
Storage Cabinets at the shop and office – $500

Limahuli Garden
Garden Tools – $350
Pots and Soil – $400

Living Collections and Horticulture
Protective case for Samsung tablet used in mapping – $50
Air conditioner unit for Nursery Manager office – $300
Greenhouse circulation fans – $400
Helicopter flight to survey and collect Olona – $900

McBryde and Allerton Garden
Tire Warehouse Kauai gift cards – $500
Napa Auto Parts gift cards – $500

Science and Conservation
Sets of 3500 barcodes for herbarium specimens (4) – $400
Climate data loggers for collection preservation in the BRC (3) – $375
Fireproof helicopter flight suits for remote fieldwork safety (3) – $522
Gentex helicopter helmet for remote fieldwork safety (3) – $4,014

The Kampong Garden
Torchiere floor lamps for living room lectures (4)- $ 450
300 feet of commercial string lights for evening events and lectures – $ 300
Oriental-design ceiling light – $ 350
1-year Verizon cell phone service for Senior Horticulturist – $600
Epson digital projector for lecture and event use – $ 800
Arborist services to remediate Hurricane Irma damage for 50 days – $,1600/day
New Commercial lawn mower, 48” deck – $7,000
Commercial cooling/exhaust fan for education center – $2,800

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