Green & Eco Events In Hawaii

Malama ‘Aina – Calendar

Here you will find events, service projects, and other ways to can participate in community efforts toward creating a green sustainable Hawaii.

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* Hale'iwa Farmer's MarketHale'iwa Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

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* Green DrinksGreen Drinks

Time: 7:00 pm

At Aloha Tower on the 1st Tuesday of every month. 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM Anyone who is interested in sustainability networking & education.

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* Hawaii Kai Farmer's MarketHawaii Kai Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

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* Hale'iwa Farmer's MarketHale'iwa Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

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* Hawaii Kai Farmer's MarketHawaii Kai Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

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* Hale'iwa Farmer's MarketHale'iwa Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

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* C & C Tour de Trash #2C & C Tour de Trash #2

Time: 8:30 am

8:30 - 4:00 bus tour Start/Fin - Kapolei Hale Wastewater Management - Honouliuli Treatment Plant & Water Reclamation Facilities, Sand Island WW Treatment, & Synagroup

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* Hawaii Kai Farmer's MarketHawaii Kai Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

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* Hale'iwa Farmer's MarketHale'iwa Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

* World Water DayWorld Water Day

Time: 12:00 am

The international observance of World Water Day is an initiative that grew out of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) They wanted to highlight and raise awareness about the global water and sanitation crisis affecting the planet. It is a unique occasion to remind everybody that concrete efforts to provide clean drinking water and increase awareness world-wide of the problems and of the solutions, can help make the difference.

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* Hawaii Kai Farmer's MarketHawaii Kai Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

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* Hale'iwa Farmer's MarketHale'iwa Farmer's Market

Featuring farm fresh locally grown meat and produce, this is a green inspired, zero waste station event.

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