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Kohala Farm to Fork tour (April 6)

MEDIA RELEASE On Saturday, April 6, the North Kohala Eat Locally Grown Campaign, together with Sustainable Kohala and Iole Hawaii, will host a Farm to Fork Tour of three farms centered in the Historic Bond District of North Kohala. Ohua O Na Kiai No Na Keiki O Ka Aina, HIP Agriculture’s GRACE Garden, and Risley […]

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Free seed saving workshop in Hawi (Feb. 16)

MEDIA RELEASe The North Kohala Eat Locally Grown Campaign host a free Seed Saving Workshop 9 a.m. – noon Saturday, Feb. 16 at Wishing Well (55-230 Hoea Road) in Hawi. This Sustainable Saturday event is the first in an ongoing series of Home Gardening Workshops co-sponsored by North Kohala Eat Locally Grown and Sustainable Kohala. […]

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Kohala ‘Farm-to-Fork’ tour showcases eco-ag (Feb. 2)

MEDIA RELEASE On Saturday, Feb. 2, the North Kohala Eat Locally Grown Campaign will host the Kohala Farm-to-Fork Tour of three farms on Hoea Road in North Kohala. As a part of an ongoing Sustainable Saturday calendar of events, Lokahi Farms, Palili O Kohala and Sage Farms invite the community to experience the agricultural diversity […]

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North Kohala Community Harvest Hawaii initiated

North Kohala Community Harvest Hawaii initiated

Special to Hawaii 24/7 by Andrea Dean Community Harvest Hawaii takes an idea intrinsic in Hawaiian culture – that of preparing and sharing food together – and creates a process that makes use of food that is currently going to waste in our community. During a monthly “Community Harvest” day, community members are invited to […]

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And the eat goes on …

And the eat goes on …

Special to Hawaii 24/7 by Andrea Dean Now that the whirlwind that was the North Kohala Eat Locally Grown Campaign and the Kanu Eat local challenge has subsided, I have a few minutes to reflect upon the project. In North Kohala we met our goal of enlisting over 100 people to make an “eat local” […]

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