Hawaii Public Radio Interview on the History of Food Crisis in Hawaii
Hunter Heaivilin has been acting as food resilience coordinator for the Hawaii Public Health Institute since the Covid pandemic set in. A data based food system planner, Heaivilin studies the history of food crises in Hawai’i. This past spring he set out to map hunger and food resources across the state.
The whole show is worth a listen, ranging from Chinatown Arts; Health Data, HiPAM Work Group; Hawaii’s Food Systems; History of Hawaii’s Food Crisis; Initiative for Childhood Obesity; Chef Grant Sato.
Here is the few minutes of my waxing: