Forest Gardens and Grow-Your-Own Mushrooms
plus a Mushroom Farm Tour and Lunch
Mushrooms are an excellent source of vegetarian protein and nutrition that are easy to grow. Gain hands-on experience inoculating your own mushroom kits as well as logs, which you can take home at the end of the workshop. We will also discuss how mushrooms can help repair damaged ecosystems and enhance the diversity and resilience of your farm, garden, and home.
Forest Gardening and Grow Your Own Mushrooms Workshop, South Kona, Sunday, October 27th at One Island in Honaunau. Morning Forest Garden Design and Practicum with Steve Sakala 10am-noon, BYO potluck lunch, Mushroom Workshop with Zach Mermel, 1-5pm. Workshop fee is $40 plus a $25 materials fee for your take home mushroom log and kit. Please RSVP by October 14th to ensure materials kit.
Local Hawaii Mushroom Farm Tour, Fri. November 8th Meet up at the Hamakua Mushroom Farm in Laupahoehoe for a fascinating commercial-scale mushroom tour on how they are grown, cooked, and tasted (by you!). Meet up at 11:15, tour starts at 11:30am. Mushroom tour $10; Lunch $15. Full event $25. Please RSVP by Mon. Nov. 4th.
Grow Your Own Mushrooms Workshop, North Kohala, Sunday, November 17th at ‘Iole in Kapa’au. Mushroom Workshop with Zach Mermel, 1-5pm. Workshop fee is $40 plus a $25 materials fee for your take home mushroom log and kit. Please RSVP by November 4th to ensure materials kit.
What are your lowest carbon footprint options for fiber? LOCAL plants!
Turning locally grown banana, kukui, wauke, cotton, dried flowers – even coffee beans – into paper is a whole lot of fun. And a wonderful way to recycle creatively. You can make cards, book marks, masks, dolls, sculptural reliefs and stretch your imagination at these fun workshops. Great for all ages.
Artist-in-Residence Susan O’Malley is our guest instructor and her own work includes locally sourced plant fibers and beautiful local plant dyes. Recently returned from a prestigious Artist-in- Residence at the Anderson Center in Minnesota, we’ll also have a chance to learn about her gallery exhibitions and unique dimensional pieces.
Handmade Papermaking Workshops
North Kohala, Saturday October 19th at One Island’s solar powered teaching space on a 20 acre ranch in Kapa’au, 2-6pm. Materials prep option takes place 10am-1pm. Workshop fee is $25 plus a $20 materials fee for projects you will make and take home. RSVP by October 12th.
South Kona, Saturday and Sunday, November 23-24 at One Island’s farm in Honaunau. Saturday 10am-noon is optional plant materials preparation and the Papermaking Workshop is Saturday 2-6pm. Overnight camping option Saturday night with optional Sunday papermaking 10-2pm. Sat. workshop fee is $25 plus a $20 materials fee for projects you will make and take home. If you opt to camp-over, an add-on fee of $35 includes more papermaking on Sunday. RSVP by November 16th.
Register online or call 328-2452 www.oneisland.org