Taste of Kalo

Mahalo to everyone who participated in the Community Harvest Hawai’i Taste of Kalo event! Locally grown abundance!           Community Harvest Hawai’i partnered with Ka Hana No’eau and Palili ‘O Kohala to host over 500 people at the March 10 Event The activities included an iron chef style Kalo Challenge, musical performances, […]

Kalo Challenge

10 teams competed in the Kalo Challenge, an iron chef style cook-off using Kalo as the main ingredient and incorporating surprise ingredients donated by the community as part of the monthly Community Harvest Hawai’i. Each team had the opportunity to choose from fresh, local ingredients. Here are some samples of the chef’s creations… Delicious! Creative!

Zero Waste

Mahalo to the Zero Waste team! Eddie Pollock created beautiful Zero Waste Meal Kits complete with a reusable plate, cup, fork, spoon, knife, napkin, and recycled t-shirt tote! Mahalo Now you can bring your own Zero Waste Meal Kit to every Community Harvest Hawaii! These sustainable ladies love their Zero Waste Meal Kits! Zero waste […]

Salad Dressing Contest

Mahalo to all those who entered delicious homemade salad dressings for the Salad Dressing Contest!

Taste of Kalo Musical Guests

The Taste of Kalo was filled with amazing musical performances! Mahalo to John Cruz and family, Cyril Pahinui and Sonny Lim, and Taiko Drummers Ryukyukoku Matsuri Daiko Kohala/Waimea. Three generations of the Cruz Family. Taiko Drummers Ryukyukoku Matsuri Daiko Kohala/Waimea shared an excellent performance!

Sponsors

North Kohala Eat Locally Grown Campaign initiatives are sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, County of Hawai‘i Department of Research and Development and the Local Initiatives Fund of RSF Social Finance. Planning and programs in 2012 were also sponsored by County of Hawai‘i County Council.

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The Community Harvest Hawai‘i project was seed funded by the Island Innovation Fund of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation.

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The Sustainable Saturdays Series is Co-Sponsored by Sustainable Kohala