The sun sets on Kamoka Pearl Farm, located on the Ahe Atoll, about 300 miles away from French Polynesia's main island, Tahiti. Owner Josh Humbert says that being environmentally has always been important at this small, family-run pearl production operatio

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Some pearl producers in French Polynesia are implementing innovative sustainable farming practices that help ensure the oceans they work in stay healthy and thriving.

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The sun sets on Kamoka Pearl Farm, located on the Ahe Atoll, about 300 miles away from French Polynesia's main island, Tahiti. Owner Josh Humbert says that being environmentally has always been important at this small, family-run pearl production operation. 

 

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