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‘Breadfruit – From Tree to Table’ in Puna (May 10)

MEDIA RELEASE The Breadfruit—From Tree to Table workshop is 8:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 10 at Hooulu Lahui, the site of Kua O Ka La Public Charter School at Pualaa in Puna. The workshop is $12 per person and advance registration online is required. The workshop will be followed by a luncheon featuring breadfruit prepared by […]

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Workshop helps increase breadfruit appetite (Nov. 9)

MEDIA RELEASE The Breadfruit — From Tree to Table workshop is set for 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9 at the Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden in South Kona. Sponsored by Kamehameha Schools and state Department of Agriculture, the half-day Breadfruit — From Tree to Table workshop will assist Hawaii’s breadfruit growers in supplying grocery […]

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Breadfruit—from Tree to Table (Nov. 9)

MEDIA RELEASE * Saturday, Nov. 9, 8:30 am – 1:30 pm Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, South Kona Space is limited, registration required. $12 per person. Lunch by donation. A half-day workshop for growers, sellers, cooks, consumers, and others interested in learning more about how to harvest, store, prepare and market breadfruit. This first-of-its-kind hands-on […]

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Talking Trees ‘Ulu App’ tells ancient stories

MEDIA RELEASE The Hooulu ka Ulu project has developed and released a free educational app for the iPhone and Android called Talking Trees. The Talking Trees app features suggested stops on Hawaii Island that offer the opportunity to learn about the culture and history of the island through stories of the ulu (breadfruit). Information is […]

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Feeding a food forest in Kona

Feeding a food forest in Kona

Special to Hawaii 24/7 By day, Bernard Matatumua-Vermeulen is a Soil Conservationist with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA NRCS) in Kealakekua — and in his spare time he is one of the green thumbs behind a food forest project at the Kona Seventh Day Adventist Church. The church is adjacent to the Amy […]

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