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October 2009 Blog Posts (9)

Bucket Gardens at Kokua Market this Saturday

Community Bucket Garden Workshop
Member Appreciation Day, Oct 31
10 am to 2 pm
Paint a recycled bucket and plant a garden!
Use recycled latex paint to paint a recycled bucket and turn it into your very own Bucket Garden
Support the Bucket Garden in the Schools Project with your $10.00 donation

Added by Pualani Ramos on October 27, 2009 at 5:11am — No Comments

Happy Hearts Mochi

I want to thank my wife for getting me a box of mochi from Happy Hearts Mochi last week. I was astounded by how incredibly sublime these creations were. Quite simply the best mochi I've ever had. The delicate mochi forms a layer surrounding a block of wonderful haupia or haupia with a lower layer of chocolate truffle or another creation. Each bite melts in your mouth and would be satisfying on its own or even better to be joined by further bites. Thank you to Renee, a Kokua website member, for… Continue

Added by Bradley Chun on October 26, 2009 at 10:30pm — 2 Comments

Show me the money!

I would LOVE to win a $100 gift certificate. I would buy fresh LOCAL greens and sprouts and fruits as I am a happy live foody, thank you. Kokua has the best selection of local produce. I would also support Devinder, your fabulous raw gourmet chef/kundalini raiser, by buying lots of his exquisite creations.

Added by Koa Sky on October 23, 2009 at 5:58am — 4 Comments

October is National Co-op Month



October is National Co-op Month. It a time to celebrate who we are and what we represent. We are over 2500 individual owners who have invested a share in our cooperative. By investing, we empower ourselves to further Kokua's mission: to operate thriving grocery stores in accordance with cooperative principles and to promote healthy, sustainable… Continue

Added by Bradley Chun on October 18, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Cooperative Housing - an intentional community?

Is anyone interested in living in an intentional community? A group may be forming to set up something in the Honolulu area. These folks are fairly experienced in many forms of cooperative living, and tend to be professional folks. If you'd like to read more and get on the mailing list, go to this website: http://www.hiop.info/

Aloha,
Ramona

Added by Ramona Hussey on October 7, 2009 at 6:20pm — 4 Comments

MA'O GIVE day

(this is a little late...sorry) just wanted to say that it was great to be involved in the ma'o farms GIVE day a couple of weeks ago. we helped prep some of the new fields for planting (i.e., moved rocks). ma'o recently acquired another 11 acres, increasing their farm to around 16 acres.

there are new structures being built, including a much larger packing shed, as well as a demonstration kitchen and office. of note, these new spaces include some natural building/earth structures. there is… Continue

Added by Katherine Rieth on October 6, 2009 at 8:54am — 1 Comment

Haleiwa Farmers' Market: a Nice Surprise

Kokua's store manager, Larry Kirby, drove Rachael and me out to Haleiwa last Sunday to enjoy the wonderful Haleiwa Farmers' Market. The farmers' market was right off the highway just before entering Haleiwa town if driving from Laie. We had a beautiful drive up the windward side despite some rain which cleared beautifully as we entered Kahuku. The… Continue

Added by Bradley Chun on October 5, 2009 at 11:30pm — 1 Comment

Building on Farmland - Paved Paradise, Put up a Fast Food Stand

Two of my fave local writers are Joannie Dobbs and Alan Titchenal who are columnists for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. In this column, they question the ongoing policy of horizontal urban expansion at the expense of farm lands. On Oahu, Maui and Kauai, rich farm lands are under threat from the expansion of houses. Granted, people gotta live somewhere. But in a place… Continue

Added by Alex Salkever on October 5, 2009 at 3:54pm — 2 Comments

More Research Coming Up Against Candy - Give them an Organic Apple Instead!

My colleague Eric Wahlgren wrote this article looking at recent research on the topic of candy and violence in kids and teens. The findings are troubling and made me think twice about allowing regular candy consumption for my kids (meaning, 3-4 per week, a piece or two). What are your thoughts? You can read the article here. An excerpt is… Continue

Added by Alex Salkever on October 4, 2009 at 6:07pm — 1 Comment

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