We had an awesome turnout for our regenerating paradise event last night with our partners @changingtidesfoundation @centerforfoodsafety @sustainablecoastlineshawaii and @kokuahawaiifoundation. we want to thank everyone that came out to learn about the new composting program created by @changingtidesfoundation . for more information please go to @communitycompostmovement. thank you to @konabrewingco for the generous beer donation and to @mohala__farms for the ono food. photos by: @tomosaitophoto and @_spencersuitt
Stuck on a wall in the middle of a storm// finally it’s time to jam and make some popcorn//i really can’t remember when i last took a wash//but with this ninja hoody and chest zipper i feel so posh.” —sean villanueva o’driscoll and nico favresse singing a song we all know.
#doneinanr1 click the link in the profile for the full music video.
Join us this saturday 2.16.19 for a screening of @centerforfoodsafety new four part series, "regenerating paradise". we’ll have ono food by @mohala__farms and beer donations will go to our partnering non-profit @changingtidesfoundation .
the world’s soils are capable of storing excess carbon from the atmosphere, all we need to do is set the stage. regenerative farming is an approach to food cultivation that prioritizes soil health, biodiversity, and resource conservation so that we can support ecosystem services while sustaining the productivity of the land. it builds resilience into the food system by strengthening the source of our nourishment: soil.
showcasing local farms where soil health comes first, “regenerating paradise” offers a hopeful look at the future of farming in hawaiʻi. •
the north shore community compost project, brought to you by changing tides foundation, aims to directly link the community residents of the north shore of oahu with farmers and soil producers via their every day food scraps. our overall objective is to provide an eco-friendly alternative to keep food waste outside of our landfills and put it back into our soil. by eliminating households’ food waste going into the landfills and turning it into soil, we are proactively regenerating our environment. •
doors at 6:30
films showing from 7:00-7:30
talk story / q&a from 7:30-8:00pm hope to see you there!!
Some of our staff getting out to kahuku point this brisk morning to participate in @northshorecommunitylandtrust and @surfrideroahu workday. they did a beach clean up, removed invasive plants and then planted natives. thanks for organizing this workday and thanks to everyone that came out!! photos by: @magicalbrownie
Watch now: “treeline,” a film celebrating the forests on which humans have always depended. follow a group of skiers, snowboarders, scientists and healers to the birch groves of japan, the redcedars of british columbia and the bristlecones of nevada, as they explore an ancient story written in rings. full film available through the link in our profile.
We want to thank everyone that showed up for our beach clean up with @808cleanups! lots of teamwork happening this morning as approximately 110 people collected 1458 pounds of trash.
Come join us this saturday 1.26.19 9-11am for our beach clean up with @808cleanups at army beach in mokuleia. bring a hat, sunscreen, gloves and your water bottle. look for our flying fish tent on the makai side of farrington hwy. bring your friends and see you there!!
Treeline film screening event happening tonight!we’ll be giving away these beautiful native plants for kids to repot starting at 5:00 pm. melani spielman from @waimeavalleyoahu will be here to answer any questions about volunteering opportunities at the valley. we’ll have ono food prepared by kathy from @mohala__farms at 6:30pm with the film starting at 7:00 pm. the first 30 arrivals will receive limited edition, screen-printed posters. see
you tonight. photo: garrett grove