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How Native familes make salt at one of Hawaii's last remaining salt patches

Summary by Ground News
The process of making salt from sea water is a lengthy and laborious one that requires patience, perseverance and stoicism. Work that salt makers do for hours or even days could be wiped out by passing rain showers, which are all too common on the island of Kauai. The amounts harvested annually have significantly shrunk.

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