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Resource Recovery Maui


Resource Recovery Maui 2022
Saturday, October 15, 2022 • 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
University of Hawai‘i Maui College
Ka Lama 103

Register for Event here: Resource Recovery Maui 2022: Reclaiming Water

In it’s fifth year, Farmers Voice Hawai‘i’s event theme is Resource Recovery Maui 2022: Reclaiming Water. It has been a transformative time in our four island Maui County and the need to learn from and lean on each other hasn’t been more true. Farmers Voice Hawai‘i has been witness to inspirational stories and looks forward to these stories being a part of our virtual library. Resource Recovery Maui 2022 will again highlight the best of sustainable agriculture practices and examples of water use and restoration efforts.

Lawmakers and local decision makers are always invited to Resource Recovery Maui. The content feed created from this event will be extrapolated and delivered to lawmakers. This strengthens the lines of communication between community, businesses and elected leaders. This event supplies valuable reference information and is a continuing tool for strong civic development.

In 2018, the event’s opening theme was Resource Recovery: What it Really Looks Like and in 2019, the event was Resource Recovery: Taking Conversation to Direct Action. It was a good sign of particular progress with water topics that 2020’s theme was Resource Recovery: Let the Solutions Flow and in 2021 Resource Recovery: Connecting Na Moku (islands) allowed a virtual platform to deliver progressive stories throughout Hawai‘i.

Please join us, there are uplifting water subjects we look to cover this year.


 

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