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Parting Shot

A portrait of Hawaii business life

IT’S A DIRTY JOB...
1 P.M., Peterson Upland Egg Farm, Wahiawa
photography by Sergio Goes

>> The Waikiki Worm Co.’s Mindy Jaffe harvests Perionyx excavatus earthworms, which are used in recycling organic waste. The species’ ideal habitat is wet, manure-filled soil.

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