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FREE Farm To Keiki workshops for Preschool Teachers

March 27, 2019


Saturday, March 30, Maui

This Farm To Keiki Workshop for preschool teachers will cover school gardens, healthy cooking, ʻĀina-Based Education, Locally sourced meals and snacks. Teachers may earn six hours of Professional Development credits. Click here for registration....

Farm To School Field Trips: Leilehua High, Sweet Land Farms, and Kākoʻo ‘Ōiwi

March 27, 2019

As part of the ʻĀINA in Schools PDE-3 course, teachers gain access to educational resources both in and outside of the classroom. In addition to curriculum trainings, teachers attend field-trips throughout the year to learn about environmental stewardship, farming, coastal restoration and...

It’s Leg Session, Get Involved!

March 27, 2019

We are midway through the Legislative Session and it’s never too late to get involved. Being a civically engaged member of the community helps to strengthen our collective voice and can create real change on the ground. The legislators REALLY DO rely on citizens like you to guide legislative...

Congratulations Chef Ed Kenney!

March 27, 2019

Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation board member and Honolulu Chef Ed Kenney is a 2019 James Beard Award Semifinalist in the Outstanding Restaurateur category. Chef Ed is the owner of TOWN, Mud Hen Water, Kaimukī Superette, and Mahina & Sun's restaurants and this is his 5th James Beard Award nomination!...

Ag Day at the Capitol

March 27, 2019

Last Month, the ‘ĀINA in Schools team visited the Capitol to celebrate all things local food at the annual Ag Day at the Capitol. With stakeholders from various parts of the food ecosystem in Hawaiʻi, visitors from around Oʻahu and from within the state government had the chance to interact...

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