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About

Faith Chase, a 50-year resident of Maui, is a mother and grandmother who has testified at many Maui County and Hawaii State hearings. Her interest in island agriculture inspired her turn from graphic design to writing.

Resource Recovery Maui 2021: Connecting Moku

moku
n. District, island, islet, section, forest, grove,

Aloha Resource Recovery Maui Supporters,

In it’s fourth year, Farmers Voice Hawai‘i’s event theme is Resource Recovery Maui 2021: Connecting Moku. It has been a transformative time 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 2021 will again highlight the best of sustainable agriculture practices and examples of best resource use.

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 with confirmation of receipt. 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 in 2020 the theme was Resource Recovery: Let the Solutions Flow.

Thank you for continuing to be a part of this solution-based event that delivers important resource management education and awareness. Thank you for those who have supported event efforts. We look forward to reciprocating your generosity with engaging ideas.

Mahalo,

Faith Chase
Event Producer
Resource Recovery Maui 2021


Kalo Farmer Supporter

$2000 [Support level gives immediate updated access to invitees and complete contact information, confirmed attendees list plus all sponsor benefits. In addition to event contributions, a $500 stipend will be given to four kalo farmers as the third phase of a pilot project created by a Kalo Farmer that specifically supports kalo intergenerational farmers. This results of this final phase will be submitted to the new Maui Department of Agriculture as the data to support a larger grant project. Sponsor benefits also include Business identity, Logo/Name placement opportunities and will also be exhibited at special appreciation event]


Sustainable Supporter

$1000 [Support level gives daily access to invitees, confirmed attendees list plus all sponsor benefits. A portion of support will be used to recognize leaders at the Aloha ‘Aina Overalls Award event 2022. All Logo/Name placement opportunities will be also be exhibited at said special event]


Farmer Supporter

$500


Gardener Supporter

$100


Garden Supporter

$50


Community Supporter

$25


Sponsor Benefits:

Business identity, Logo/Name placement on all event collateral (digital and print) on event web banner, post-event print materials. Name mention on event video broadcast via video streaming.

• Video archive replay on social media venues

• Post-event Farmers Voice Hawaii social media posts

• Feature in print version of Farmers Voice Hawai‘i (distributed to lawmakers)

• Logo/Name placement on Farmers Voice Hawaii website for one year

• Post event video broadcasts and at creative online feature times


Electronic donations to support Resource Recovery Maui can be made via Venmo:
@ResourceRecoveryMaui

Venmo @ResourceRecoveryMaui

or checks to support Resource Recovery Maui can be written to:
Farmers Voice Hawai‘i, P.O. Box 81511, Haiku, HI 96708

You may email Faith@FarmersVoiceHawaii.com for more information.


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