A Few Cool Projects & Tools
to Help Create Some Better Rules
Certain rules are supposed to change with the times… some lag longer than others.
We think the lag can be a real drag & offer these projects & tools to help
educate, advocate & innovate toward a healthier future.
Connects you with others in our local food system to help build a supportive ag community that’s dedicated to improving food sovereignty.View Project
A powerfully fun set of new advocacy tools that shine a light on the political process & provide great ways for you to take informed action!View Project
Sustain Hawaii has partnered with Palaka Moon Farm to help it become a sustainability-oriented, experiential learning center & innovation incubator.View Project
Sustain Hawaii & Palaka Moon Farm have partnered with ‘Ai Love Nalo to improve the sustainability in the food supply chain from soil to sale.View Project
‘Āinability acts as an evolving state-wide agricultural information clearinghouse, agricultural match-making service, a “local, ag Amazon”, a meta CSA (Community Supported Agricultural System) and more. ‘Āinability helps connect you with other people in our local food system to help build a supportive agricultural community that’s dedicated to improving food sovereignty. View More
Policy Ninja is an affordable, fun new tool set that allows community members and organizations to have a powerful voice on issues they care about. By combining action pages with money-in-politics transparency, Policy Ninja can take your advocacy campaign to a whole new level!
Waltah the Worm
Waltah the Worm is the new star of an educational TV show that’s a bit like a sustainability-oriented, Sesame Street in Hawaii. The programs feature content experts, organizations & local practitioners doing exemplary, hands-on work in sustainability for our 21st Century Ahupua’as. Each program includes STEM-based curriculum for students visiting these outdoor classrooms for experiential learning at its best!
Palaka Moon Farm
Thanks to a generous grant from Harold K.L. Castle Foundation, we’re transforming the farm into a sustainability learning center & innovation incubator. We’ve built our first nine of several dozen learning stations & are eager to begin the next dozen or few. Applied science, research, development, deployment & refinement makes Palaka Moon Farm a fabulously fertile & fun place to learn, work & play.
Healthy Food Systems
To improve the health of our local food system, we need to understand the interdependencies within the food supply chain and the resources & policies that influence them. Tracking imports, exports & locally grown foods/crops by acres, weight, dollars, calories &/or nutrients can begin to highlight gaps & weaknesses within the system, and allow data-driven decisions to more efficaciously move us in a healthier direction.
Health, Wellness & Security
For all to prosper, we must have equitable access & ability to satisfy our most basic needs of health & security. Understanding our intricate interdependencies deepens proportionately with enhanced physical, emotional, cognitive & spiritual need-satisfaction within our ecological, socio-cultural and economic systems, enabling us to progressively act more efficaciously in the best interests of all.
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