Why do I have so many email addresses you ask?

Works

 

A running list of the organizations/projects/companies I’m involved with:

Asia-Pacific Center for Regenerative Design: A non-profit focused on regenerating degraded lands and supporting sustainable development through Permaculture based education and consultation.

Barter Butcher: Exchange based dispatch of small game.

Department of Geography, UH Manoa: Pursuing a PhD researching climate change, agro-food systems, and land use in Hawaii.

Farm Link Hawai’i: An online marketplace and back-end logistics service connecting Oahu’s organic growers with commercial buyers.

Honolulu SOUP: A bi-monthly crowdfunding micro-grant dinner supporting community projects.

Permablitz Hawaii: A reciprocal gardening network with the goal of restoring Hawaii’s food security one backyard at a time through free monthly community workdays transforming home and institutional landscapes.

Pono Permaculture: ‘Ecosystem engineering’ to wed people and place through consultation, design, and education for ecological, social, and economic systems.

Roth Ecological Design International: A company providing design and installation of systems using the power of biology to remedy issues of chemistry in soil and water.

Sierra Club Oahu Chapter: A volunteer-run grassroots group focusing on sustainability issues on Oahu ranging from renewable energy to waste management to agriculture.

Urban Farm Hawaii: A non-profit focused on creating opportunities for social and ecological interaction through agriculture in Honolulu’s urban corridor.

And some I was involved with:

The Green House: A sustainability learning center with an emphasis on environmental and family education.

Hina`i Network: A network of institutions, organizations, and community groups working on building a health food system from Waianae to the Ewa Plains and the North Shore of Oahu.

Sustainable Hawaii: A weekly talk show about the transition from being individual consumers with rights, to building communities of producers with responsibilities.

Hawaii Food Policy Council: A hui of food system fanciers supporting effective policy to make you healthier and better fed.

Local Foods, Local Places 2016: An EPA backed  community planning process focused on local food system development in Kaka’ako and broader Honolulu.

Manoa Valley Neighborhood Board: Where participatory democracy meets representative democracy each month, in a school cafeteria.

Oahu Farm To School Network: A network of entities supporting school gardens and local food procurement across the island through relationship building, professional development, and policy advocacy.