Posts Tagged ‘farming’

Vandana Shiva in Hawaiʻi

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Local food and sustainable agriculture enthusiasts are preparing for a highly anticipated visit from Dr. Vandana Shiva. From January 15-17, Dr. Shiva will speak to legislators, students, agricultural specialists and community members on O‘ahu and Kaua‘i about food justice and sustainable agriculture—issues that are gathering momentum as Hawai‘i attempts to address the question of its growing food insecurity.

There’s plenty of events planned. Please see the flyers above and below for all that’s going on. Also, visit Hawaii Seed for more detailed information on all events planned for Vandana Shiva’s visit.

It looks like all tickets to see Vandana Shiva speak at UH Manoa and the Salvation Army Ray Kroc Center in Kapolei are sold out. BUT, you can still catch her speak at the event at the HI State Capitol on Weds Jan. 16 9:30am-2pm.

You can also LISTEN LIVE to her speak at UH. Click HERE to get more info.

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New Video: Burying Your Bokashi Bucket Indoors?!

I made this quick video in response to a question I received via email from Sean in Hong Kong. He doesn’t have a yard to bury his Bokashi Bucket or an outdoor space to place a bin. Sean wanted to know about out burying the fermented food waste from his Bokashi Bucket inside his apartment using an enclosed bin. Check out the video to learn more!

Film Premiere: Stop Monsanto From Poisoning Hawai’i

PLEASE WATCH THIS MOVIE AND SPREAD IT EVERYWHERE! My friend Kevin from Hawai’i GMO Justice produced this film. It’s extremely important that we get this information out there.

Direct link for sharing: http://youtu.be/uZgrOFjhzdg

 

Film Description:
For over 20 years, Hawai’i has been the global center for the open-field testing of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s), including pharmaceutical crops. Over 5,000 experimental tests have been conducted by Monsanto, Dow, Dupont/Pioneer, Syngenta and BASF that spray chemicals on an almost daily basis on our most valuable lands. They are supported by tax-breaks, and beneficial relationships with landowners, regulators and politicians. We estimate GMO companies own or lease 40,000 — 60,000 acres that are sprayed with over 70 different chemicals.

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Throw To Grow Profile Series: Matthew Lynch / Permablitz HI

“Growing your own food is one of the most radical and revolutionary acts that you can possibly do.” Matthew Lynch

In this installment of the Throw To Grow Profile Series, we meet Matthew Lynch. Founder of The Asia-Pacific Center for Regenerative Design and permaculture guru. Matthew Lynch has lived several lives. Once a banker, Matt built a small fortune in his 20’s and then lost it in the economic shit storm of 2006/07. Matthew saw oppurtunity where many of us saw devastation. Matt did what most of us dream to do. He traveled the world.
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Farm Visit Video: Homestead Poi Farm

A quick video of a recent visit by the Each One Teach One Farms family to Homestead Poi Farm. This beautiful gem is nestled deep in a valley on the east side of the island of Oahu. They grow several varieties of taro and produce some ono (tasty) poi for sale.

Bokashi Bucket Sale

Come check us out this Sat at Hawaii Kai Farmers Market and Sun at Haleiwa Farmers Market to pick up your Bokashi Bucket for only $40!

Workshop + Farm Open House Event Nov 12

I’m stoked to announce E1T1 Farms is teaming up with Aina Food Farm in Haleiwa to present this awesome day of learning, fun, food, music and community.

Aina Food Farm Open House

Date: Saturday November 12 2011

Time: 3pm – 9pm

Activities:

  • Worm Composting Workshop
  • Bokashi & Building Healthy Soil Workshop
  • Farm Tour
  • Dinner Meal
  • Live Music & Garden Dance Party

Location:

Aina Food Farm, Haleiwa – Take Kam. Hwy to McDonald’s in Haleiwa. Turn onto Paalaa Ln. Travel 0.5 mi. Make left onto Aukai Ln. Follow dirt road to the farm on right.

$10 donation | Please RSVP to eachoneteachonefarms@gmail.com with number of guests.