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  • Sayo Costantino
    for E Newsletter Thank you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us CONTACT US Sayo Costantino Contact Education Specialist This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 808 483 0678 Contact Form Send an email All

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  • Without Walls (WOW)
    Events Sign up for E Newsletter Thank you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe

    Original URL path: http://www.malamalearningcenter.org/index.php/blogs/without-walls-wow-1 (2015-11-03)
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  • Hawai'i Green Collar Institute
    up for E Newsletter Thank you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Hawai i Green Collar Institute Blogs See more and learn more from our blogs Mālaola the living garden in Kunia http malamamalaola blogspot com Waiʻanae Mālama ʻĀina Field School Nanakuli

    Original URL path: http://www.malamalearningcenter.org/index.php/blogs/hawaii-green-collar-institute-1 (2015-11-03)
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  • Community Events
    Community Events Sign up for E Newsletter Thank you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name

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  • Community Events
    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 helped in a beach cleanup and did a garbology activity to determine where the sources of our ocean trash It was a busy day at the beach School Gardens Conference July 7 2011 With the help of Pualani Ramos we taught teachers attending the School Gardens Conference about bucket gardening combining art and science About two hundred teachers from across the state attended this information and activity packed conference held at Hoa āina o Makaha and organized by the Kohala Center School gardens are certainly growing which is a wonderful trend

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  • Hands-on Workshops
    mauka to makai mountains to ocean and on building a greater appreciation for the connection between nature and the arts WOW hands on workshops are open to children and adults and families are encouraged to come together See our blog for past WOW workshops Below are upcoming workshop descriptions R egistration for all workshops is REQUIRED W e cannot accommodate walk ins Please note We will not give refunds unless notice is received at least 7 days in advance Sorry registration for our upcoming Making Natural Salves Workshop is now closed For more information and to be put on our waitlist contact Sayo Costantino at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 808 483 0678 Making Natural Salves Workshop Workshop Full When Saturday October 24 2015 9am noon Location Kapolei High School 91 5007 Kapolei Pkwy Kapolei Cost 15 per person or 40 for families of up to 3 people An additional 5 materials fee to be paid on site Come learn to make your own herbal salve Join us for this exciting hands on workshop where we will learn some basics on Laʻau Lapaʻau for the cold and flu season and how to use them to make an herbal salve We will discuss the fundamentals for making an herbal oil and how to use that to make an herbal salve We will also examine the qualities of a cold infused oil before heat infusing it in class Each participant will go home with an herbal salve we make in class Instructor Meghan Leialoha Au Laau practitioner and founder of Lotus Blossom In you has spent the last decade studying and understanding the human body and health graduating from University of San Francisco with a B S in Exercise and

    Original URL path: http://www.malamalearningcenter.org/index.php/programs/without-walls-wow/61-wow-5 (2015-11-03)
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  • A Farmers' and Green Market
    profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Mākeke Kapolei 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 healthy and affordable habits Mission Using the power of partnerships and recognizing a farmers market can be an important economic and social development tool for the Kapolei community Mākeke Kapolei will strive to create a gathering place to Preserve the knowledge values and traditions of local farmers food producers and Hawaiian cultural practitioners Support and encourage both new and experienced farmers to develop environmentally sound and economically viable practices Support and encourage cultural practitioners and artisans Provide our community weekly access to fresh affordable locally grown produce and products Provide an environment

    Original URL path: http://www.malamalearningcenter.org/index.php/programs/market/51-farmgreenmarket (2015-11-03)
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  • Current Vendors
    at every market Alex s Farm all your fresh local produce needs Country Masons Five O Ribs smoked ribs by the plate or rack smoked lasagna and more Halau O Kaululaua e Hawai i Paracord All star Dips 13 different flavors Hawai i Chip Company hot sauce and BBQ saucs Hawaiian Ono Foods Hawaiian Twisted Taters spiral cut potatoes on a stick in a variety of flavors Heavenly Treats Kahumana Farms local certified organic produce grown in the fertile soils of Lualualei and harvested this morning Ka Omi Pa traditional Hawaiian massage lomilomi by the minute KHS Drama Club face painting and 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

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