Junior’s connection with koa trees, one of the rarest and most threatened trees in the world, on his native Hawaiian island compels him to conserve and honor the spirt of fallen trees that would normally be wasted. His way of using the trees connects him to one of his oldest native traditions.
Filmmaker: David Ehrenberg
Running Time: 5 mins
David Ehrenberg, Filmmaker
Ehrenberg is a staff filmmaker for the National Park Service working out of the Harpers Ferry Center for Interpretive Design. Prior to joining the NPS, he worked on National Geographic’s digital video team. In 2016, Ehrenberg received his Master of Arts in cinema producing from Regent University and enjoys a hands-on approach to documentary filmmaking.