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Affordable Housing Initiative & Tiny Houses

One Island has hosted a series of discussions on Tiny House solutions to Hawaii’s affordable housing crisis, and for farm worker housing to help increase local food production. We convened community conversations and listening circles with local residents, meetings with

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Award from Jane Goodall Institute

One Island’s Green School hosts the Great Pollinator Hunt, a citizen scientist volunteer data project. We were honored to learn that the project has been selected as the September Feature for Roots and Shoots, a program of the Jane Goodall

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Natural Plant Dye Studios Safe, natural colors from plants with Susan O’Malley   . . . Plant harvest and preparation ‘maker’ studio Saturday, August 27th, 10-2 at One Island in Honaunau . Natural dye painting on fabrics and paper art

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Hemp Film Showings

Hemp Power Film nights for: Bringing it Home Celebrating new Hawaii legislation approving development of Industrial Hemp!       Discover Hemp uses from green building to clothing, skin care to food Saturday, July 9th in Holualoa at Lightwave Pavilion

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Solar Cooking

One Island features 3 types of solar ovens and cookers through our buying club.

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Where to Invade Next?

Where to Invade Next Thought provoking, social change, comedy film night house parties Thursday, June 2nd in Honaunau Friday, July 1st in Kapa’au  email for directions     This is an expansive, rib-tickling, and subversive comedy in which Moore,

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Hack for Change

Share your innovative ideas for Smarter Food, Health and Energy Systems in Hawaii A Nationwide effort through National Day of Civic Hacking 2016 invites your input on ways to build a better, smarter society. One Island is a registered NDCH

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Circle of Responsibility

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Superfoods: Local Style 5/16 North Kohala

Food as Medicine Superfood Recipes for Healthy Living May 16th, 6:30pm at Kohala Public Library Superfood Chef Todd Dacey presents a plant-based health and sustainability class focusing on  whole foods and locally sourced superfoods. In this class he will share

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Fun & Fermentation with Donna Maltz 5/1

Come enjoy an effervescent afternoon in Hawi learning about the art of fermentation including the health benefits of microbes and how to make a variety of flavor-packed probiotics that taste delicious. The $40 fee includes: all ingredients, canning jars, sampling,

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