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.
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!
Sustain Hawaii has partnered with Palaka Moon Farm to help it become a sustainability-oriented, experiential learning center & innovation incubator.
Sustain Hawaii & Palaka Moon Farm have partnered with Sweet Home Waimanalo to improve the sustainability in the food supply chain from soil to sale.
‘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.
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.
Sweet Home Waimanalo
We’re helping Sweet Home create an even more vibrant, fun, sustainable restaurant & educational space. The additional partnership with Palaka Moon Farm will provide tastier & more nutritious, locally sourced foods & help move Sweet Home closer toward zero waste by converting food scraps, compostables & grease into feed stocks, soil amendments and fuels.
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.
Please get in touch with us for additional information about Sustain Hawaii.Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
3442 Waialae Avenue, Suite 8
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
41-951 Kakaʻina Place
Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795