Travels in Sustainability

Maui is located in the most remote island chain in the world, the Hawaiian Islands. Because of that, we are acutely aware of the need for sustainability in our everyday living patterns.

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We find we can learn quite a bit about this issue from others in the world. Three places in particular, have caught our eye, Tanzania, Japan and Canada.

  • Wilma Nakamura attended a 2006 summer workshop in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada to learn all about worm composting and garden composting. Read more >
  • Wilma attended the Kobe Biennale 2011 in Kobe, Japan with a special interest in the “Green Art” exhibits. Read more >
  • Emmanuel Mbasha, a graduate of College of African Wildlife Management in Tanzania will be visiting Maui for three weeks beginning April 23, to speak on sustainability issues.  Read more >