Haruki cemetery clean-up


The SC/SS 115 Ethnobotany class cleaned up the Haruki Japanese cemetery on the College of Micronesia-FSM property. The clean-up was scheduled to coincide with Ohigan.
 
Knee deep in weeds. Emillia heads into the tall grass looking for a lost pineapple.

Meanwhile the big fool tells Emillia to push on into the five foot tall razor grass. "There's a pineapple plant in there somewhere!" Katielynne knows to ignore the loud mehnwai and continues pulling grass from around the ground orchids.

Posing in front of the iuiu, the Alpinia carolinensa.

CharMarie hard at work.

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