Community Local Food Challenge Events
 Open to all - Chef demos, tastings, and special local food products for you!
New Local Ag and Culinary Events
February - March 2019
 


Local Food Love
Sat., Feb 23rd

Local Food Love 2019 kicks off this weekend on February 23rd at Keauhou Farmer's Market with Chef Thomas Bellec, Executive Chef at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, preparing a locally sourced healthy meal. Buy Local, Dine Local.

Join the Same Canoe Local Food Challenge and West Hawaii Community Health Center to eat healthy and support our farmers.

The food demonstration begins at 9:30am. 
Keauhou Farmers' market opens at 7:45am.

This is a free event! Come support our local Farmers' and Restaurants actively sourcing locally grown food. Vote with your food dollars!

Here's to Your Health!

SNAP EBT NEWS
For individuals and families using EBT food insurance dollars, we have more local produce coupons available each time you attend a special event. We are doubling the coupon rewards for February and March - attend a class, farm tour, or chef demo and get $20 in additional local produce coupons. Ask our crew at the events - and bring your passport to earn the extra points.



Fresh Feast CSA

During 2019, Same Canoe is promoting access to local produce CSAs. We invite you to learn about the Kona-to-Waimea CSA operated by Adaptations. Fresh Feast gathers local farmers' produce together every week and puts together delicious food boxes for pick up at nearby locations. Visit their web site to learn more - with easy web ordering, Fresh Feast is open to everyone.

If you are a SNAP EBT user and enrolled in Same Canoe, we have a few spaces remaining in our pilot program that offers you 3 months of CSA fresh produce in addition to your regular Same Canoe coupon purchasing power. We truly are offering to double your local food access!
Upcoming events


'Ulu Palooza


Breadfruit / 'Ulu

During March Same Canoe is joining with the 'Ulu Coop to explore delicious ways to prepare and enjoy 'Ulu, a traditional Polynesian heritage crop that was a mainstay of Hawaiian food and agriculture.

The re-emergence of 'ulu as a local food source is a growing movement. Come learn about ways to access 'ulu, prepare it yourself, and buy it.

'Ulu Palooza events are planned for Hawi, Honoka'a, Waimea and Kona in March.

Ono Grinds
kuaiwi taro

Join organic farmer and culinary wizard Una Greenaway on her farm for a farm tour with a class on how to prepare traditional Hawaiian plants in new and delicious ways.
Saturday, March 30th
in Captain Cook



Other upcoming local food tours: HIP Ag in North Kohala and Sam's Organics in South Kona.