Internship Opportunity Looking for an unforgettable & meaningful way to spend your summer? If you are a college student or have recently graduated and have a deep interest in natural resource management, we have the perfect opportunity for you!!! The Nature Conservancy of Hawaiʻi is offering an unpaid six week summer internship program from June 22-July 31, 2015 […]
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LIHUE — University of Hawaii College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Kauai Master Gardeners, together with Malama Kauai, launched Village Harvest late last year, a new program that grows fresh produce and donates it to schools, after-school programs and the Hawaii Food Bank, while offering food training at school sites. In just 10 weeks, […]
The Kohala Center recently received a federal Farm to School grant to support the increase of locally produced foods for Hawaii schools and to increase support for school gardens and farms statewide through curriculum development that connects core standards with garden-based education. “Every year, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) awards the Farm to […]
All Kinds Of Green In The Travel Scene Ecotourism is growing in popularity like many of the green options in our ever evolving eco conscious world. I would suggest starting out with exploring “what is ecotourism” you might be surprised what is included and what isn’t. We are going to arrange the ecotourism portion of […]
What Are You Looking For? From Bees To Trees & Beyond Our Hawaii Organizations page is dedicated to providing links to all the sustainable, eco, organic, permaculture kinda stuff from around the islands. Start clicking and be amazed by all the inspiring effort being carried out daily.
On A Fruit Tree Mission Planting edible landscapes for the benefit of all! The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation deserves a shout out for a noble vision that benefits all the earths inhabitants. Stop by their site, check them out, and if it is within your means give them a little support.
Listen & Learn Permaculture Voices podcast is doing an excellent job of providing enjoyable content that is both informative and easy to listen to do to the audio quality. I recommend making your way over and taking a peek at what the site & podcast has to offer.
“A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history” – Ganhi
“Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family. Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.” Jane Howard
Their Mission The mission of Asanté Gardens is to live sustainably and joyfully as a tribal group in a permaculture-based, tropical food forest environment. Our goal is to create a place of refuge, rejuvenation, and holistic education, and to become a model for emerging ecovillages around the world. As an ecovillage, we intend to: live […]