JASH Weekly Update 9/16: “Edible World” Workshops with the ʻAkahiao Nature Institute

Dear Members and Friends of JASH, In July 2021, our Asian-Pacific Children’s Convention Junior Ambassadors visited the ʻAkahiao Nature Institute’s (ANI) Huʻehuʻe Ranch in Kona. During their stay, they learned the history of the property, explored the lush forests and hills, and harvested fruits and vegetables for their meals in the māla garden. This fall, we are excited to team up with the fantastic team behind ANI to connect JASH members back to nature in a two-part Zoom workshop series: Edible World. Join Julie Rogers, Jeff Fuchs, and Liana Macdonald-Kainoa in an exploration of the nutritional and social importance of FOOD. SAVE YOUR SPOT for both virtual workshops by REGISTERING TODAY! All ages are welcome!!

Edible World: Nature that Connects Us Saturday, October 9, 2021 10-11am (HST) Zoom Meeting


The first workshop Edible World: Nature that Connects Us will introduce you to the people, place, and history of the ʻAkahiao Nature Institute, complete with an exclusive tour of their māla garden. In the second half of the program, expert Jeff Fuchs will lead an INTERACTIVE CONVERSATION on tea and explore how the beverage has connected people across social and geographical boundaries.