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 at Bike-In 3.0 at Old Stadium Park (Moiliili) in September 2013 along with “Ingredients Hawaii.” IHS was among the many groups supporting the concept of a food forest at Kamaliʻi Park.

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