What’s regenerative tourism and the way can it help native agriculture?
Friday, April twenty first, 5pm-8pm HST
Location: Ka Waiwai – 1110 College Ave Honolulu, HI 96826
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About this Occasion:
Offered by The Hawaiʻi Institute for Sustainable Neighborhood Meals Programs at College of Hawaiʻi – West Oʻahu, Honolulu Civil Beat, UH Higher Tomorrow Speaker Sequence, and Waiwai Collective, this collection is supposed to generate key alternatives for group dialogue amongst a various viewers, aiming to realize a wholesome, equitable, resilient and sustainable meals system for Hawaiʻi.
Featured Audio system:
Dexter Kishida, Meals Safety & Sustainability Program Supervisor, Workplace of Local weather Change, Sustainability & Resilience, Metropolis & County of Honolulu.
Pomai Weigert, AgBusiness Marketing consultant with GoFarm Hawaii, and advisor for the Hawaii Agritourism Affiliation.
Stewart Yerton, Reporter, Honolulu Civil Beat
Doorways open at 5 p.m. for cubicles, music and a complimentary pupu. Audio system will begin at 6 p.m, adopted by an optionally available post-discussion group discussion board from 7 – 8 p.m.
Parking Instructions: Ka Waiwai Parking is positioned on the makai aspect of the Varsity Constructing. The doorway to the lot is positioned off of Coyne Road. Parking is $6.
***when you park in any of the tons positioned on the mauka aspect of the constructing you will want to self pay on the self pay station. They are going to ticket/tow in these tons if you don’t pay.