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North Kohala Arts Visioning Oct 22nd

Please join us in considering public cultural uses for the central greenspace in Hawi that has been purchased by the County.   What are possible / best uses? How can public commons areas enhance community connections and pride of place?

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Same Canoe Passports

The Same Canoe Passports are now available to West and North Hawaii Island Residents Our new Local Food Challenge Passports are a fun activity tracker. Local residents can use the colorful printed Passport to attend engaging food and farm events offered by

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Same Canoe Launches New Local Food Projects

The rallying cry for Same Canoe is to DOUBLE local food purchases at farmers’ markets, grocers and restaurants to help build our ag economy and to strengthen our island’s food security. HOW are we going to do this? The Same

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Water from Thin Air – Really!

One Island recently brought a new clean water technology to Hawaii – the first of its kind in the state. We are installing solar electric systems, with their first electric refrigeration, and clean drinking water systems in Miloli’i. With no

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Same Canoe partners with KTA and Choice Mart

With support from the Hawaii Department of Agriculture, Same Canoe is placing heritage food basket racks in 6 KTA stores and Choice Mart to promote canoe crop foods. Displays will rotate what is seasonally available so look for coconuts, bananas,

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Kohala CoLab Pop-Up 2/10

                              Click on image to learn more!

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It’s an Arts Walkabout – Mon. Oct 2nd in Kohala

Join the Celebration! North Kohala is the site of a new Cultural Arts Planning Project funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and One Island. On Monday, October 2nd, the kick-off event is celebrating local arts at the North

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Healthy Food Access Grants for Hawaii Island

One Island Sustainable Living is launching a newly expanded Same Canoe Local Food Challenge bringing over $750,000 in USDA Food Security, Hawaii Department of Agriculture, and AmeriCorps grant funds to Hawaii Island to serve rural communities.   The project’s goal

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Local Food Advocate Positions Open

Looking for people passionate about improving access to local food, better nutrition and community wellbeing. Thanks to new AmeriCorps and USDA Food Security grant awards, The Same Canoe Local Food Project has 6 positions open and accepting applications: TWO Team

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Milolii Solar Bidding

Notice to Bidders   Notice is hereby given that Heritage Ranch, Inc, a 501c3 non-profit organization, will receive sealed bid packets from eligible bidders for the procurement and installation of the Miloli’i Village Solar Project (MVSP). The MVSP is comprised

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