Today gov transparency, environmental, health and social progress took a hit at the HI Senate. The Civil Beat reporting was excellent and you can view it here. The marathon continues […]
View the original article on Civil Beat This is not an agricultural issue, it is a health issue. Hawaii needs to put in place pesticide buffer zones and other protective measures. […]
This “mini-course” is based on the Los Angeles Master Gardener Victory Garden Course. Sarah Leone will show our participants how to maintain a resilient, beyond organic food ecosystem whether in a backyard, […]
photo taken at Kaimuki Middle School There are two types of beneficial insects. One pollinates the fruits of your labor and the other eat pests while you’re napping. Pollinators, like […]
Aloha Resiliency and Bodhi Cafe are teaming up at a table at this upcoming event at the Kaka‘ako Gateway Park. We’ll be handing out goodies, selling gift items and Bodhi […]
2015 and doing it right! Farm Internship program now accepting applications:.
Sheet mulching is the laziest, effective way to convert lawn to Eden. The secret is in the soil. Invasive limu (seaweed), EM water, compost teas, composted chicken manure, fish emulsion, bokashi are […]