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Puna Food Summit

March 9 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Connect with government officials and community leaders involved in eruption recovery and resilience projects in Puna. The highlight is The Puna Food Summit, focusing on food sustainability and security.Join interactive discussions with County, State, and Federal leaders updating on recovery efforts and insights into Puna’s challenges. Don’t miss updates on the Pohoiki Boat Ramp restoration by the State Department of Land and Natural Resources. Stay informed and engaged in the community’s recovery efforts!

Visit Resilience Resource Row for pop-up displays by local nonprofits offering free resources related to agriculture, grants, mental health, and more. Resource row will also have MAJOR giveaways with over 300 plant starts! Apply to participate by emailing aloha@revitalizepuna.org before February 16th. Note that participation is subject to approval, and fundraising, selling, campaigning or advertising is not allowed. Don’t miss this chance to engage with valuable resources and support the community’s recovery!

Explore progress updates from the Resilience Capacity Areas (RCAs), the driving force behind Puna’s recovery. Learn about ongoing projects, collaboration, and innovation outlined in the Kilauea Recovery and Resilience Plan, covering Social, Cultural, Economic, Natural Environment, and Youth. Discover how you can contribute to these efforts!

Date and time: Saturday, March 9 from 10am to 2pm
Location: Billy Kenoi Pāhoa District Park Gym
Register by clicking here

The upcoming March 9th event marks the tenth convening of the Revitalize Puna series, which is co-hosted by the Kīlauea Recovery Team and Council District 4. The primary objective of this activation is to promote regular interactions between the community and the County, fostering the sharing of information, perspectives, and building relationships that increase trust and collaboration. By bringing together various stakeholders, this event will help advance the community’s efforts towards recovery and resilience.

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Date:
March 9
Time:
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
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