#25 Hunter Heaivilin: Climate Durable Farming & Hawaii Food Security

Hunter is a PhD Student at UH Manoa researching in the Department of Geography specifically on interventions to help local agriculture in the 20th century and how to do it better in the 21st.

He has a background as an agricultural planner and worked as a permaculture designer for many years.

Hunter gives a data driven approach to the State of food in Hawai’i in regards to Climate Change and how we will have to adapt to grow in the future.

We discuss the true politics of Hawaii and how that applies to farmers trying to double food production by 2020.

You can reach Hunter at supersistence.org and @supersistence on Instagram