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March is about Watersheds and Garden Stewardship

Garden Events  March 6th – Got Soil and Where is my Watershed?, March 13th – Healthy Organic Gardening, March 14th Film Night: Dirt!, March 20th – Composting and Worm Farming, March 27th – Aquaponics Tour, March 28th Film Night: Blue Gold

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Wellness Weekend – WOW!

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Living Foods Workshop

Saturday Feb. 16th – film night and potluck 6-9 Sunday Feb 17th – Living Foods Workshop 9-4 Benjamin Cohn is a fermented and raw food specialist raised in Kona and now living in North Kohala. Through intensive study and diligent

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Plant Medicine Workshop

Plant Medicine Workshop Wednesday, February 6th 9am-noon Come explore the medicinal plants – wild and cultivated – in One Island’s gardens, learn about their medicinal properties and make an herbal infusion with local ethnobotany educator and herbalist, Momi Subiono. Click

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January is About ORIGINS

January 10th FILM NIGHT: Journey of the Universe “an epic story of cosmic, earth, and human transformation”. Visionary thinker and story teller Brian Swimme weaves modern science with enduring wisdom from the world’s cultures in this remarkable film. ” This

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Chocolate Chocolate! 2012

 Join us for the 4th Hawaii Chocolate Celebration: Chocolate Chocolate! This year we have a new format with evening tastings, dinner, workshop and tour options. The event promotes locally grown and locally made Hawaii chocolates in support of local farmers and

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Same Canoe Community Garden News

Check out our Community Garden Project funded through the USDA People’s Garden Program. And a good read is Michele Obama’s ‘The People’s Garden’ book that inspired the program and food gardens around the country. Our great workshops and volunteer programs

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No Fruit Left Behind

One Island’s local foods gleaning project is No Fruit Left Behind. Please click to visit the NFLB web site and to like us on Facebook.

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Same Canoe Award: Ken Love

Fruit growers across the State of Hawaii, around the Pacific, on the US mainland, and as far away as  India are familiar with the valuable contributions Ken Love has made towards promoting small fruit farmers’ economic sustainability.  Here on his

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Fruit Lovers Fest

On October 27th, over 45 people participated in a farm tour with a pruning and tree care  demonstration, sampled locally grown delicious fruit and chocolate, enjoyed a potluck dinner that included organic non-GMO corn tamales with local pineapple, coconut and

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