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3-8 p.m. on Saturday, May 25Come and join an organic farm festival at Kahumana Farm and Cafe at 86-660 Lualualei Homestead Rd.This event is a celebration of organic food and allows all people to come and meet their many organic farmers from around the island. Enjoy a beautiful day on the farm with music by Ka'ala Boys and Paul Izak, homegrown grinds, fun for keiki, check out the farm cafe!
Kahumana Farm and Cafe
86-660 Lualualei Homestead Rd.
Waianae, HI 96792Map >>
Important: There is a road closure that requires using an alternative route to get to the farm. Please use this map as your guide. The farm is at point B on the map.
Saleh reports: A map with directions from Waianae after having passed Waianae Comp. health center and Waianae mall. The other "regular" road to the farm is closed...
Sunday, May 5 (International Permaculture Day!), 1-7 p.m. on the east side of Oahu. A beautiful day of trading plants and seeds, live music, attending workshops, hearing from distinguished speakers, rubbing elbows with green changemakers, sharing food and fellowship on the path to a more reslilient Oahu. FREE - bring seeds and/or plants to share & exchange.
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Hale Moli'i at Kualoa Ranch. Click the image for more info.
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Food - Stay for the Potluck
There will be a potluck starting about 4 p.m. Hope you can join! Bring a dish to share, along with your own utensils, plate, and cup (this is a low-impact event). Everything wraps up at 7 p.m.
Some of the Speakers and Musicians
Representative Tulsi Gabbard
Mark Fergusson, president of HOFA and CEO of Down2Earth. Click the image for more about Mark...
On Facebook? Check out the event page on Permablitz Hawaii's Facebook page.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is among the keynote speakers. Workshops start at 1 p.m. - bokashi, seedbombs, propagation, forest gardening, bananas, more...
Earlier this month we presented the Honolulu Food Forest at Kamalii Park to the Downtown/Chinatown Neighborhood Board. Getting board support is key to moving the project forward.
‘Ōlelo films the meetings for television broadcast and also puts the shows on their website. Here is the clip with our presentation. (Spoiler alert: we got a good result!)