That’s so cool. Is it for work or did you win the lottery?
I was under the impression that collection of corals in Hawaii was strictly forbidden, hell I recall hearing stories of Dana Riddle having a hard time doing actual scientific research on corals there.There are some corals that would be suitable. Probably too drab for most people but I think they are rather pretty.
My current work has offices on the big island and I will be working from there. We also plan to retire on the big island so having work there makes the transition easier. Retiring to Hawaii is actually cheaper than staying in the bay area. Yes there are some things ($8 gallon of milk, $12 pint of raspberries) that are more expensive but overall it is somewhat cheaper to live in Hawaii than the bay area and the commutes are better!That’s so cool. Is it for work or did you win the lottery?
The current collection rules in Hawaii are the result of dishonest advocacy and greenwash politics. Pretty sad really. There have been a couple of ReefThreads podcasts on the topic. I don't know what the current legislative actions or proposals are.I knew both of those fun facts but I did not know they were so anti reef keeping.