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  • PROGRAMS
    shave ice All proceeds go to support the Kapolei High Drama Club KHS Culinary Program variety of delicious soups and specials cooked up by the students of KHS Larry s Bakery Mālama Learning Center native Hawaiian plants vegetable starters and educational demonstrations Manny s Island Sausage locally made sausages in a variety of flavors including pastele and kim chee Sold hot with gandule rice or cold to take home and cook Mark s Specialties pastele stew garlic ahi shrimp scampi kalua pig plates all served with organic greens from MA O Organic Farms MP Farms all our fresh local produce needs Munchie z by Sweetpea Café breakfast served all day Also serving up mini ice cream pies and desserts Nani Kore New Violet s Grill smoked dried fish musubi bento and other local Japanese cuisine Pajeers Polynesian Paletas Hawai i local made gourmet fresh fruit ice cream bars in over 20 flavors Pork Grinds Hawai i local flavored pork rinds Pomai s Kulolo haupia kulolo haulolo and fresh poi Son Farm fresh local produce Smart Ohana earth friendly natural cleaning solutions Sou s Thai Kitchen Sugar Hut VJ s Butcher Block Wai anae Coast Comprehensive Health Center health education updated September 2014 A Farmers and Green Market Mālama Learning Center Wai anae Farmers Market and Kapolei High School are partnering to provide the community with Mākeke Kapolei a weekly farmers and green market Live eat and learn sustainably Join us every Thursday except major holidays 3 00 6 30 p m at the Kapolei High School parking lot Vision We envision an O ahu community that is healthy in mind body and spirit by providing vibrant gathering places for the community local food producers and Hawaiian cultural practitioners to connect share learn teach entertain and express values that lead to

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  • PROGRAMS
    growing food more efficiently with natural inputs It was a challenge to bring a mini aquaponics unit to Pearlridge Shopping Center but we did it and in so doing exposed hundreds of people to the technology of aquaponics Eat the Street Sustainability Fair July 14 2012 This was a first event of its kind at Kapolei that in part benefited Malama Learning Center The hugely popular Eat the Street event with food trucks galore combined with more than 50 craft and sustainability booths featuring green products and messages on the campus of Kapolei High on Saturday July 14 from 3 8 pm Mahalo nui loa to StreetGrindz and Kapolei High for organizing the event and all the sustainability vendors listed below who shared their products and services with the attendees which reached 8 000 people Bonterra Solar City Dept Envtl Services Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife Ewa Blue Worms Going Green Happyponics Hawai i Energy Hawai i Energy Connection Kumu Kit Hawai i Skylights and Solar Fans Hawaiian Hope Hi Power Solar Honolulu Board of Water Supply Inovi Green Lotus and Xtreme Fuel Treatment Island Cooling Kupu Hawai i Leeward Coommunity College LCC Halau Ike O Pu uloa LCC ICAN Program Light of Mine Tees Na Mea Hulu Pacific Panel Cleaners Pioneer Seed Revolusun Save Energy Hawai i Seeds of Truth Solar City Solar Cleaning Hawaii Sunformation LLC Solar Services Hawai i Solar Kit Hawai i Sustainability Association of Hawai i UH West O ahu Please see our FaceBook page for photos from the event This event was part of Hawai i Conservation Month which unites conservation activities across the state Hoa Āina o Mākaha Open House May 5 2012 At the annual Hoa Āina o Mākaha Open House in Mākaha Valley we helped children create gardens out of buckets using their imagination The kids painted the buckets and went to the next booth to plant a veggie or marigold and then put their plant in their buckets creating a mini garden in a bucket Grow Hawaiian Festival at Bishop Museum April 28 2012 Mālama Learning Center was invited to participate in the annual Grow Hawaiian Festival at Bishop Museum once again and it was another fantastic day This time we had a lot of help from student volunteers from Wai anae High and Kapolei High Wai anae High was there to present their organic veggie starters and Kapolei presented aquaponic systems Overall the message of our booth was selecting Sustainablity as a new way of life Mahalo to the Hawaiian Electric Company for sponsoring this event High School Hikers Ecology Camp Feburary 18th 20th 2012 We recently partnered with the Sierra Club s High School Hikers program to take students exploring the outdoors Two students from Kapolei High School s Go Green club came along with us to Ecology Camp over Presidents Day weekend at Our Lady of Kea au camp It was a busy weekend of hiking to Ka ena point planting a fire break in Makaha Valley meeting students from other high schools and enjoying the outdoors We can t wait for the next camp Millilani High School Science Learning Center s Screening of Bag It February 11th 2012 MLC joined Kapolei High School s Go Green club in holding an educational booth at the screening of Bag It a documentary about the impact of plastics on the environment We made reusable plastic ring holder bags and talked with other clubs at the school about how to reduce their dependence on single use plastics The Go Green club was so inspired by the film that we are planning our own showing at Kapolei High School World Wetlands Day and Launch of the Hawai i Environmental Literacy Plan HELP February 4 2012 Last year we partnered with the Hawai i Environmental Education Alliance The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources to write the Environmental Literacy Plan for the State of Hawaii This year we launched HELP at World Wetlands Day at the Kailua Methodist Church We held a booth with the Hawai i Environmental Education Alliance to introduce families and community members to HELP and tell them about the plan for its implementation in Hawaii s schools HECO s Clean Energy Fair October 15 2011 For the past several years we ve participated in Hawaiian Electric Company s energy conservation fairs at Pearlridge Shopping Center This year the fair focused on clean energy and our booth gave people ideas about cooking without use of fossil fuels We featured earth ovens which we teach how to make in our workshops Kids at the fair had fun making pretend earth ovens out of play dough while their parents imagined what it would be like to have a real one in their yard Leeward Community College s Fall Job Fair October 5 2011 Thanks to Leeward Community College s Job Prep Services office hundreds of students had the opportunity to learn more about job opportunities including green jobs We enjoyed hosting a booth about our programs recruiting prospective candidates for the Hawai i Green Collar Institute Schools of the Future Conference September 8 2011 Mahalo nui loa to the Hawai i Association of Independent Schools Grow Hawai i Program for the invitation to set up an educational booth at the Schools of the Future Conference attended by more than 800 educators In line with the theme of organic school gardens we demonstrated making natural pesticides using ingredients and tools straight from the kitchen and garden It was wonderful to see so much enthusiasm for school gardens among so many educators and students Keiki Oceanfest July 23 2011 It was great fun to help organize a series of educational booths for the 2011 Keiki Oceanfest in Waimānalo Keiki entering the competition and their families participated in a marine debris game learned about native Hawaiian limu weaved lei limu kala pledged to do their part in reducing marine debris and made recycled beach bags We also

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  • MLC in the News
    i Public Radio July 17 2013 Malama Aina Field School Nanakuli Oiwi TV July 1 2013 Ka Pua In Action Malama Aina Field School Westside Stories July 2013 Summer Program Teaches Importance of Education and Caring for the Land Ka Leo June 24 2013 Synagro Grant Will Help Malama Learning Center Expand Aquaponics Education Pacific Business News Bizjournal February 13 2013 West Oahu Teachers Invited to Aquaponics Training Workshop Midweek West O ahu Islander January 30 2013 Institute Helps Teens Go Green Midweek West O ahu Islander October 31 2012 Learning to be Green with the Help of MLC Midweek September 12 2012 Students to Tend Kahiwelo Gardens Midweek West O ahu Islander July 11 2012 Walmart Opens in Kapolei Kapolei FYI newsletter April 2012 Educator Wins Fellowship Midweek West O ahu Islander December 7 2011 pages 2 and 3 To Market To Market Honolulu StarAdvertiser October 21 2011 Malama Learning Center Dry Box Workshop The Voice of Kapolei May 11 2011 MLC Helps Schools Grow Plants Fish Midweek West O ahu Islander February 16 2011 Hawaii Green Collar Institute to Hold Film Presentation and Speaker Panel Hawaii News Now January 3 2011 Living Laboratory Earns 100k Pledge Honolulu Advertiser March 24 2010 Local Design Firm Wins International Award Hawai i Business Magazine February 2010 Follow the LEEDERS Flux Magazine January 2010 Folks Find Treasure in Trash Mid Week West O ahu Islander Jan 13 2010 Mālama Learning Center Workshop Offers Tips on Recycled Holiday Gifts Honolulu Advertiser December 13 2009 Be Green 2 New Environmental Education Center in West Oahu by Kirk Matthews KHON2 News November 24 2009 The Malama Learning Center Aims to Protect West Oahu s Natural Beauty The Hawaii Independent Sept 23 2009 Schools for the future create fine thinkers commentary by Al Nagasako Honolulu Advertiser

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  • Press Releases
    profits April 2013 Synagro Donates 5 000 to Support Aquaponics Education for Leeward O ahu Residents February 2013 Leeward Oʻahu High School Students Immersed in Green Careers October 2012 Synagro Donates 6 000 to Support the Hawai i Green Collar Institute September 2012 Leeward Oʻahu High School Students to Study Green Careers During Fall Break August 2012 Hands on Study of Green Careers Available April 2012 Bag It environmental film and Hawaiian crafts to be featured at Makeke Kapolei March 2012 New Exploring Green Careers in Hawai i Course to be Offered December 2011 Hawai i Woman Recognized for Innovative Environmental Leadership November 2011 Dedication of Sculpture by Kazu Kauinana October 2011 Kapolei High Schools Hosts Makeke Kapolei a Weekly Farmers and Green Market Grand Opening October 2011 Hawai i Green Collar Institute Seeks Leeward O ahu High School Students for Fall Program September 2011 Hawai i Green Collar Institute Presents Sustainability Speaker Panel June 2011 Ilima at Leihano Raises Six Thousand for MLC June 2011 Institute Teaches How to Make a Living While Loving the Aina April 2011 Nine Hawai i Non Profits Receive 402 000 in Grants from Walmart Foundation February 2011 Aquaponics and Native Plant Nursery Training

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  • HEEA
    field to build the Hawai i Environmental Education Alliance HEEA The mission of HEEA is to promote and develop high quality environmental education by building relationships to improve networking and professionalism throughout Hawai i HEEA s vision is an informed and engaged island community that values Hawaii s uniqueness and lives sustainably A major product of HEEA is a searchable on line database of EE resources and opportunities for the

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  • HELP
    profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Environmental Literacy Plan Throughout 2011 we have been working largely behind the scenes on creating a new push for environmental education and environmental literacy in Hawai i through the development of the Hawai i Environmental Literacy Plan HELP Working in partnership with the Hawai i Dept of Land and Natural Resources and the Hawai i Environmental Education Alliance HEEA and in consultation with the Hawai i Dept of Education we are extremely pleased to announce the completion of the plan Why is this important We believe it is because we urgently need people who are informed lifelong learners who value Hawaii s uniqueness practice environmental stewardship and live sustainably in their daily choices and actions Please see what we and more than 100 people have worked on by downloading the HELP HELP will promote environmental learning and experiential education with an emphasis on outdoor settings It is a framework to guide schools PreK 12 and non traditional educators in integrating place based learning that is supported by community partners And it works toward having all students graduate on time as environmentally literate citizens Congress bipartisan reform of the Elementary and Secondary Education

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  • Roasted Kabocha Soup, Saloon Crunch
    to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Healthy Recipes Roasted Kabocha Soup Saloon Crunch By Calabash Cooks Chef Co Chair Mark Gooch Noguchi Serves 4 6 2pc Kabocha Squash peeled diced 1 2 1 pc Onion thinly sliced 1 2 tsp Cinnamon 1 2 Tbsp Kosher Salt 1 pc Bay Leaf 1 c Heavy Cream 1 Qt Whole Milk 1 bunch Flat Leaf Italian Parsley chopped Saloon Crunch 1 pkg Saloon Pilot Crackers slightly crushed 6 Tbsp Whole unsalted butter 1 Tbsp Kosher Salt 1 tsp Granulated Garlic 2 Tbsp Non fat dry milk 2 tsp Fresh Thyme Leaves Preheat oven to 375 Toss diced Kabocha in about 2 Tbsp olive oil Lightly season with Salt Pepper Place on a baking sheet roast until browned cooked through approx 15 minutes Remove off to the side reserve In a heavy bottomed pot add about 2 Tbsp olive oil heat until it begins to shimmer Add sliced onion a pinch of salt saute until translucent Add kabocha to pot Cinnamon Bay Whole milk Simmer 15 20 minutes Remove Bay leaf let cool slightly 15 20 minutes In a blender carefully puree soup put back in a pot On

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  • Seaweed Edamame Hummus, Crudite
    Calabash Cooks Honorary Chef Chair Lee Anne Wong This is a quick and easy dip to make at home for a healthy and flavorful snack or perfect party appetizer Makes 5 cups 3 cups Blanched Shelled Edamame ½ block 9 5 ounces Firm Tofu 2 sheets Dried Nori torn into small pieces 1 inch Ginger Root 2 cloves Garlic 2 Tablespoons Pickled Ginger Sushi Ginger 2 Tablespoons Pickled Ginger Juice

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