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Are you tired of eating takeout for lunch like me? Need a little meal prep inspiration? Browse the Farm Link marketplace for quality local ingredients to up your sack lunch game for the week ahead. #sacklunch #mealpreppers #shoplocal
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We now offer free home delivery to the entire island of Oʻahu every Sundays! (We previously only delivered to Town and Kailua on Sundays.) Get free delivery of high quality local produce, eggs, meat, and snacks every Sunday wherever you're lounging in your pajamas.
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Ngā mihi nui ki a koe @ava for championing the voices of indigenous people. Our shared colonial experiences are universal themes of oppression shared by many around the globe. Thank you @ARRAYNow for all you do to amplify and educate audiences in equitable storytelling. ♥️ twitter.com/ava/status/144…
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Accelerator’s New Venture Fund Is Helping Ag-Based Companies Expand civilbeat.org/2021/10/accele…
Saving Hawaii’s Banana Industry ‘One Good Banana’ At A Time civilbeat.org/2021/10/saving…
Hundreds of civil society organizations including @via_campesina @LandworkersUK @PCFSGlobal and @agcconnect oppose the agenda of the #UNFoodSystemsSummit. Here’s why. foodtank.com/news/2021/09/s… via @foodtank
Kia ora @NZStuff! Thank you for showcasing five fantastic NZFC films that feature te reo Māori for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori. You can watch most of these films on our NZ Film OnDemand platform! 🖤 Me whakanui I tēnei kiriata reo Māori.ondemand.nzfilm.co.nzAstuff.co.nz/entertainment/…b
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Posted @withregram@maoorganicfarms We’re hiring!! Looking for mahi’ai and drivers. Come be apart of the movement! #nopanicgoorganic #maihopohopoeaipono instagram.com/p/CSxHjmnJ-aC/…
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Happy #westoahuwednesday! Today was also Professional Development/Convocation Day for #uhwestoahu faculty/staff. Activities included a tour in the #uhwo coconut and ulu grove, where participants walked around the future of cultural agroforestry. Photo: Dr. Manulani Aluli Meyer
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Check out "Civil Beat Book Club: Food and Power in Hawaii: Visions of Food Democracy" eventbrite.com/e/civil-beat-b… @eventbrite
Because NZ is going into lockdown, the international hot takes brigade will be out in full force. Some useful comparators: Unemployment NZ: 4% US: 5.4% UK: 4.7% Debt-to-GDP in 2024 NZ: 28% US: 111% UK: 101.5% #Covid19 Deaths Per 1M NZ: 5.2 US: 1,893.8 UK: 1,964.1 #nzpol
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Ayesha Khan on why refusing vaccines is American privilege that the Global South can’t afford. Follow @ wokescientist on IG twitter.com/south_bae2/sta…
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How luminous are the Black Ferns 7s team in regards to interviews etc? They are fun, articulate with no cliches and are ruthlessly efficient on the field! A credit to their whanau and our country twitter.com/JoCurrie/statu…
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#KaUlanaPilina: The Westside resident thinks kiawe trees can revolutionize Oahu’s food system and help the next generation learn to love where they live. buff.ly/379IEd6 @CaulfieldCM #HInews
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I'm grateful I had the chance to write something about our beloved #HaunaniKayTrask. There never was and never will be another Hawaiian like her. Mahalo to @SonaliKolhatkar and @yesmagazine. yesmagazine.org/social-justice…
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Hands-on undergraduate experience at Berkeley Student Farms is a crucial part of our #agroecology course. We're lucky to also use those spaces for research and to have some of those students in our lab group! youtube.com/watch?v=Eudrmz…
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“There’s no such thing as microaggression or unconscious bias — there is just racism. If you aren’t calling it out or advocating for Māori front and centre in New Zealand, then you are part of the problem.” — Emmaline Pickering-Martin @Moce_Doce e-tangata.co.nz/arts/racists-a…
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Honored to join @peaceisloud on Mon May 24 on Instagram Live to discuss the importance of peace on the Korean Peninsula for regional peace and how hawkish US policies towards China and North Korea fuel more violence against Asians in the US. @WomenCrossDMZ twitter.com/WomenCrossDMZ/…
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Inspired by an ancient system of natural resource management, Kukui Maunakea-Forth's social enterprise, MA'O Organic Farms @maoorganicfarms, is turning Oʻahu youth into farmers — and scholars. 👏�on.nrdc.org/3f2ZEGtSZ
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Just Released: Our 2020 Growth & Impact Report - mailchi.mp/a105a6cf29a8/c…
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Summer Programs Open Now! 🌞 🌱 🔨 �mailchi.mp/66f5f0a08cf0/c…zZOD
Brother Iopa in action! so important - calling attention Hawaiian/indigenous "rites of passage" is critical part of reconnecting, and leads to dailyness of `ai pono and aloha `aina twitter.com/kteabam/status…
A group from the University of Hawaii West Oahu sees planting coconut trees as a way of improving food security and cultural ties in Hawaii. civilbeat.org/2021/04/how-th… #HInews
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Tell Bill Gates to keep his paws off our food and farmland: gmofreeusa.salsalabs.org/billgatesfound… To cement corporate ownership of seeds, agriculture and food, he's using his nearly-unlimited financial resources to corrupt the political process in Europe: gmwatch.org/en/news/latest…
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Is hydroponic farming missing one very important ingredient? buff.ly/3sgB7SI
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Farmers in Puerto Rico are Growing a Culture of Social Justice and Climate Resilience via @CivilEats - civileats.com/2020/03/11/far… Love it!¡♡♡
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Hear speakers from the #uhwestoahu Sustainable Community Food Systems program at a March 26 webinar, open to the public and geared toward those who are interested in sustainable agriculture in food systems education at the post-secondary level. See flyers for details.
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We've operated CSA >12-years. In Jan-Feb 2020 signed up 29 new members; Mar-Apr 314 new members. Membership grew >500. Since then it's dropped to 343 -"questions remain about how long that demand will last as COVID-19 vaccines slowly bring life to some semblance of a new normal." twitter.com/Eater/status/1…
“I’ve been so impressed by businesses that were able to pivot. I saw farmers reaching out to other farmers, consolidating their offerings, and coming up with so many ways to deliver food.” buff.ly/3l0rxR0
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BUY LOCAL The Kakaʻako Farmers’ Market is moving! Visit us this Sat., March 13, from 8 am to 12 noon at the new MAKAI location hosted by @oha_hawaii in partnership with the FarmLovers Kakaʻako Farmers’ Market at 919 Ala Moana Blvd. (AAFES building lot). #KakaakoMakai #buylocal
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borrowing this perfect quote: "We need a fundamental reorientation of what makes us (food) secure." The issue with ADC in Hawai`i is really a symptom of an unsustainable, unethical, and largely unproductive food system. twitter.com/christineahn/s…
In Hawaii, a growing movement is taking inspiration from ancient philosophy to build a more resilient food economy. buff.ly/3n5jUtl
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From farmworkers and graziers to entrepreneurs and advocates, these women are leading the change for more just and sustainable food. #InternationalWomensDay civileats.com/2018/08/06/the…
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There Are 10 Community Gardens On Oahu. None Of Them Are On The Westside civilbeat.org/2021/03/there-…
West Oahu Residents Say The Media Is Getting Their Community All Wrong. We Want To Change That civilbeat.org/2021/03/west-o…
Seed Diversity Is Vital To The Future Of Food civilbeat.org/2021/03/seed-d…
Fewer Farmers Are Growing Hawaii’s ‘Miracle Food’ Taro Despite Growing Demand civilbeat.org/2021/03/fewer-…
Tom Vilsack's new senior advisor on racial equity is a longtime agrochemical flack whose organization, the National Black Growers Council, was started by Monsanto.
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It’s raining on Oʻahu but still a great time to get to @alohafarmlovers farmer’s markets in Kaka’ako and Pearlridge. Meet some real Mahiʻai .... support local farms/communities.
#Repostt@deniset733: Came for veggies & soft serve but leaving with Kevin. 😍@fattoamanohi’s Kevin Bacon pizza..@maoorganicfarmsms arugula, house made mozzarella, BACON, roasted tomatoes, local egg. @alohafarmloverzJ
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