What happens when 65 garden educators from every Hawaiian Island get together to share ideas, conjure the directions, and eat local food? REVOLUTION.
More seeds of ecoliteracy revolution were planted last weekend at Mala'ai in Waimea. We were treated to a global perspectives of the amazing progress that can happen when children get to grow their own food at school by the folks at the Ecoliteracy Institute. Schooling for Sustainabiltiy is so now.
Krista Joan says:
My mission is to teach, train, and testify in resistance to the white supremacy of my ancestors. My personal choices are political, powerful, and practical. Let's trash waste.