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Hawaiis First Trash Water Wheel

At Sustainable Coastlines, Surfrider Foundation, and 808 Cleanups we love Hawai’i’s coastlines and love to keep them clean. We host large scale beach cleanups to inspire people to care for their coastlines. Not only through cleaning every time they visit the beach, but also through reducing their uses of plastic and looking at the sources of trash […]

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homeless buses in hawaii

Hawaii finds amazing use for old buses – AOL.com

Honolulu has always faced homelessness, but the city is finally taking action and doing something incredible for the homeless people in the area. Honolulu-based architecture company, Group 70 International, is working on putting retired city buses to use in an amazing and inspirational way. The company is looking to convert five retired buses into homeless […]

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agroforestry

Hawaii Homegrown Food Network – Food-Producing Agroforestry Landscapes For Hawaii

Creative agroforestry for food production in home, farm, and community landscapes Agroforestry landscapes are models of productive, low input systems that have sustained people for centuries in Hawai’i. Farmers, homeowners, and communities are rediscovering the many benefits of agroforestry. This workshop offers participants an introduction to best practices in establishing and maintaining a working agroforestry […]

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R.P. Delio and Company Announces A New Small Wind Generator Service in Hawaii Using Its Waypoint Power™ Platform | Benzinga

R.P. Delio and Company announces the roll-out of a new small wind turbine service, Hawaii-wide, using its Waypoint Power™ platform, which enables on-site real-time wind monitoring to help assess the wind resources at prospective clients’ properties. The deployment of this service has already begun, with the initial monitoring systems in operation at residential and commercial […]

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Permaculture Design Course Hawaii - Oahu - 2015

Permaculture Design Course Hawaii 2015

ABOUT THE PERMACULTURE DESIGN CERTIFICATE COURSE EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION EXTENDED TO MARCH 8! This course has truly transformed the lives & enhanced the careers of thousands of people around the world. Learn this holistic design system based on care of the Earth and its inhabitants, and efficient use of natural resources. Even in the most […]

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Woodstock Fruit Festival Hawaii 2015

Celebrate – Woodstock Fruit Festival Hawaii   The New York Festival is the Super Bowl of Fruit, Health Education, Fitness, and Social Events! The Hawaii Festival will be similar, but a focus on exploring Hawaii and all that the tropics have to offer – a true Hawaiian vacation! The event is limited to 350 spots. […]

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Party - Pow Wow Wow Hawaii 2015

Pow Wow Wow Hawaii Festival

One Day Left – Pow Wow Wow Hawaii Festival Visual Bliss   POW! – It’s the impact that art has on a person. WOW! – It’s reaction that art has on a viewer. Together they form POW WOW, which is a term that describes a gathering that celebrates culture, music and art. Centered around a […]

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Hawai’i Pacific University Student Newspaper – Alohas Sandals – Kalamalama

Former HPU student Alejandro Porras, 27, is the founder of the Spanish-based, Hawaii-inspired company Alohas Sandals. The company was appropriately unveiled last year on Earth Day, April 22, aligning with the environmentally sustainable approach the young entrepreneur envisioned for his first start-up venture. The company has been producing and distributing their exclusive range of shoes […]

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Breadfruit Expert Hawaii Manoa

Mānoa: Breadfruit expert, Big Island farmer to receive UH agriculture honors | University of Hawaii News

Dr. Diane Ragone has been named the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources 2015 Outstanding Alumna for her work to understand, conserve and promote breadfruit as a valuable tropical crop, and Big Island farmer Richard Ha will receive the Ka Lei Hano Heritage Award for his advocacy on behalf […]

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