Hawaiian Agroforestry with Keoni Bigno
Keoni, our resident farm-to-table chef and Hawaiian plant expert, will explain the balance inherent in the traditional Hawaiian Agroforestry system, along with the contemporary significance of Hawaiian plants. Their practical, spiritual, and health applications will be discussed, with a hands-on session on harvest and propagation.
Bio: Keoni Bigno is a permaculture kumu (teacher) sharing traditional knowledge through contemporary practices of regenerative organic agriculture and bioremediation. Keoni’s mission is to inspire environmental awareness, create sustainable and healthy communities, and restore balance to our ecosystems by teaching and preserving cultural and indigenous practices from his lineage and life experience.
|Event Date||08-01-2019 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||08-01-2019 12:30 pm|