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Resource Recovery Maui

Farmers Voice Hawai‘i presents Resource Recovery Maui 2020: Let the Solutions Flow. We are proud to see so many hard working ideas finally see the light of day. This will be an uplifting event with serious topic command.

Featured speakers will present on subject matters such as: water, trash to energy, recycling, compost, leadership building and cultural preservation.

Lawmakers and local decision makers are always included in the invitee list. This is where we gain the ability to strengthen the lines of communication between community, businesses and elected leaders. The content feed created from this event will be extrapolated and delivered to lawmakers with confirmation of receipt. Part One will be held remotely on July 25, 2020 and Part Two is scheduled for October 10th, 2020.

Resource Recovery Maui 2020 will be delivered remotely online again in two parts.
Unlike the years’s past of invitation-only, this year’s event is open to all whom are interested. You can attend the event through by clicking link here:

Register for Resource Recovery Maui 2020

In it’s third year, this event continues to supply a virtual library of valuable reference information and a 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 is a sign of issue progression that this years theme is Resource Recovery: Let the Solutions Flow.

Please be a part of this solution-based event that delivers important education and awareness. Thank you for considering to support the event efforts. We look forward to reciprocating your generosity with engaging recognition.


Click here for: Resource Recovery Sponsor Info

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