Corteva Agriscience leases unused greenhouses

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Laurie Yoshida and Mark Stoutemyer of Corteva Agriscience listen Tuesday as Emilio Ruiz-Romero of Resilient Roots explains the use of former Corteva greenhouses, and Julia Matseshe of The Monkeypod arrives with a group of parents and keiki volunteers.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Mark Stoutemyer of Corteva Agriscience listens Tuesday as Carrie Laatsch explains the plantings in one of 11 greenhouses formerly utilized by Corteva Agriscience in Waimea.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    A keiki pokes holes for sunflower plantings Tuesday at the former Corteva Agriscience greenhouses in Waimea.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Samson Arzamendi harvests daikon Tuesday morning for use in creating recipes for pickles and kim chee at the former Corteva Agriscience greenhouses in Waimea.

WAIMEA — Samson Arzamendi, a worker under the Kupa‘a Kaua‘i Rise to Work program, was pleased with the daikon and radish he pulled from the soil in used Kaua‘i Coffee Company plantings Tuesday morning.

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