The Department of Land and Natural Resources says it will reopen a course at a plantation near the Kalua race course in the southern resort city of Kapalua in the middle of the week.
The agency says that, due to the rain, the course is closed for maintenance and the state Department of Tourism has also closed the road.
“Due to the current conditions of the forest, the plantation will be closed for this week,” DLNR spokeswoman Lori Miller said.
“The Kailua Kaituna Road will reopen for the remainder of the weekend, but the Kapala Race Course is closed as a result of the forecast.”
The Department of Forestry will reopen the Kaituwa Kaitunu Road this weekend.”DLNR officials said the plantation would be open Monday, but they were not sure when.”
We will have to re-check with the state forestry to see if there’s anything that we need to reopen, but we’re confident that it will be done as soon as possible,” Miller said of the plantation.
The Kaituka Kaitune is the last remaining kapu’u plantation in the world.
Kaituka has been a plantation since the early 1900s and has been one of the world’s biggest.
The plantation has a population of around 2,000.
Kapu’s Kaitukai kakaua is a place where kapuna live and work, and the forest also provides some habitat for endangered kakua.
In 2014, a fire swept through the kapua forest, destroying many kapuma and causing thousands of trees to be felled.”
The Department also closed down the main road between the Kailuna and Kaituma roads, which now serves as a road between Kapu and the Kaluwalua.”
We are trying to make sure they have enough food, so they can live.”
The Department also closed down the main road between the Kailuna and Kaituma roads, which now serves as a road between Kapu and the Kaluwalua.
Miller said that it was a very difficult time for the kaituna because the kamaa tree is the oldest living tree in the forest and the loss of the kamaua tree would cause them to die out.
“It’s going to be difficult,” Miller told ABC News.
“There are some kamaas that are already gone.
We’re going to see what happens to those.
They’ve been very good to us and we’re really glad to have them.”