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… listen to episode →
Special Guest: Adam Dole | Adam recently moved to Hawaii to put Korean Natural Farming into practice. He recently left his family’s flower farm in New England where he worked for several years as the chief grower. Climate change is a big reason he moved to Hawaii and he hopes more folks pay attention to the issue. We get into KNF politics a bit… listen to episode →
Drake talks about his recent trip to Washington DC with the Hawaii Farmers Union United to lobby for the National Farmers Union’s national policy as part of the NFU Fly-in We also go deep into the HFUU Farmer Apprentice Mentorship Program that started on Maui, and is now spreading across the state to get folks tuned in to Regenerative Agriculture.