Monthly Meetings

 ALL MEETINGS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Join us every 4th Tuesday of the month at the Haiku Community Center (see map below) from 6-8PM. HFUU meetings are a forum to network for effective local food production and distribution! 

Meeting Agenda

TIMESPEAKERTITLEDESCRIPTION
5:30-6:00Happy HourArrive, check-in, visit. The pre-meeting is always full of socializing and mingling. Bring your potluck dish to share and lend a hand in set-up while meeting new friends.
6:00-6:30Locavore PotluckThe locavore potluck starts after a brief circle to count off and give thanks for food and community.
6:30-6:40PresidentAnnouncementsAnnouncements and upcoming events are presented.
6:40-7:10Simon Russell
Legislative Chair
Legislative UpdatesArgicultural legislative updates and upcoming bills are presented. Learn how legislation affects you and your business, start exploring legislation and take action.
7:10-7:30Guest Speaker
Chef's CornerChefs demonstrations provide entertainment and secrets from the kitchen that will tempt your palette towards locally grown food.
7:30-7:40Harriet Witt
Astronomer
Cycles of Light and LifeJoin our beloved local astronomer, Harriet, on an adventure through space, time, and mythology as she describes the planetary motions that keep Earth humming on track.
7:40-8:25Featured SpeakerTBAEnjoy presentations on the gamut of agriculture from weed control to legislation to perfect heirloom seed varieties and compost tea.

Locavore Potluck

The locavore potluck is a celebration of local, organic food and community! Enjoy original recipes and powerful discussions on local topics: farming, legislation, environment, community networking, and much more! Bring a dish to share and the potluck is free!

If you do not bring a dish, we kindly ask for donations:

  • $10 for members
  • $12 for non-members

BYOU– Bring You Own Utensils

This is a waste-free event.
Bring a plate and utensils for dinner or purchase our recyclable sets ($2/set). 

Produce Swap

Bring your home grown produce, seeds, or plant starts to share and go home with what others brought.  Make the produce swap abundant & fun! Share your produce and knowledge. Please label any items that may be less common :) 

Gallery

Check out the images from our meetings here.

Hana Highway at Pilialoha St in Haiku, Maui, HI 96708

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