March/April 2014 (AAA Hawai‘i Magazine)—I sucked in a big breath and dived down to get closer to the industrious little blue, magenta, and yellow fish darting around the coral head, nipping at the larger reef fish that kept approaching it. Why did the bigger fish keep coming back only to get nipped again? They weren’t masochists, […]
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February 19, 2014 (Big Island Now)—Several non-profit groups and government agencies are looking for volunteers to help educate visitors at two South Kohala beaches about reef etiquette. “Volunteers are needed to help save the reefs in the Puako area by educating visitors, swimmers, snorkelers, and divers on how to protect the delicate corals at these […]
February 13, 2014 (Hawai‘i Public Radio)—Nancy Redfeather runs the Hawaii Island School Garden Network, which supports 63 school and community gardens. » Listen
February 2, 2014 (West Hawaii Today)—Organic farmers could see more green, and not just in their fields. Puna makai Councilman Greggor Ilagan has introduced a bill that would give certified organic farms a break on their property taxes. The legislation, which the County Council’s Finance Committee will consider Tuesday, would lower the tax assessment for […]
January 5, 2014 (West Hawaii Today)—Kahaluu Beach Park got some tender loving care Saturday morning as Big Island residents and visitors worked together to fix damage and clean debris left in the wake of recent warning-level surf. » Read more
March 22, 2013 (NBC Nightly News)—Featuring Richmond Grows Seed Lending Library in the San Francisco Bay Area. With growing concern over what’s in our food and where it comes from, seed savers say they’re taking back the power to feed themselves, one backyard crop at a time. NBC’s Diana Alvear reports. »Read more/Watch