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Hazel’s Harvest — a short film about the IHS urban agriculture program

Just over half a mile Ewa of Kamaliʻi Park is the Institute for Human Services (IHS). In the short film “Hazel’s Harvest,” produced for IHS by Urban Fork Productions in 2011, we learn about the agency’s urban agriculture program and follow several homeless clients as they seek potential sites for edible landscapes. The film screened […]
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Downtown Neighborhood Board expresses unanimous support for Kamaliʻi Park project

On February 7, 2013, the Honolulu Food Forest working group introduced its plans for Kamaliʻi Park to the Downtown/Chinatown Neighborhood Board. The group had been advised that local support as expressed through the neighborhood board was important to advance the project. ‘Ōlelo films the meetings for television broadcast and also puts the shows on their […]
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