Monthly Archives: June 2013

Kamalii Park food forest featured on Hawaii Public Radio’s “The Conversation”

David Atcheson, a board member of project partner Transition Oahu, was interviewed this morning on Hawaii Public Radio’s “The Conversation” about the food forest proposed for Kamalii Park. It’s another way more people are learning about the opportunity the City has to join with community partners to revitalize a little park and build community, advancing […]
Posted in Food Forest, Media | Leave a comment

Honolulu Weekly features food forest project

The new edition of the Honolulu Weekly includes a feature on the food forest project. Here are a few excerpts. … In addition to planting food in public spaces, Food Forest is “also about rethinking the way we allocate our resources towards stewardship of the ‘aina, in a way that is respectful to all and […]
Posted in Food Forest, Media | Leave a comment

Petition launched for a food forest at Kamaliʻi Park

Transition Oahu, one of our partner groups, has launched a petition seeking approval for the food forest pilot project from the mayor and the director of Parks & Recreation. The petition seeks permission to proceed on the project even if it turns out it’s too late to use the funds the City Council budgeted for […]
Posted in Food Forest | Leave a comment