Kunoa Cattle Company announced today that it is one of two recipients of the Energy Excelerator's new $250k Ohana Prize, along with Oakland-based TerViva. The two companies jointly applied for the prize based on a proposed research collaboration aimed at demonstrating the technical feasibility of Hawaii silvopastoralism, or the grazing of livestock within commercial forests and orchards—in this case, TerViva’s pongamia orchards. The two companies have entered into a planning process for the project and are scheduled to launch the test later this year on one of TerViva’s existing Oahu nursery sites.