Invitation: Public Voting for Innovation Award open October 1-5.
One Island
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Sustainability Innovation Challenge -
People's Choice Award
  
Online voting open Oct. 1st-5th
 
 
See the Innovation Award entry details (click here)  online now at our web site and then follow the link to the ballot and VOTE!
  

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The Innovation entries came from all sides of the island and include green building, renewable energy, local food, alternative transportation - even green surfing - concepts, prototypes, and products already out and serving our green living needs.

Lloyd, pallet gardenFrom the funky to the sublime, these inventions offer our island inspirational ideas for how we can each be part of the change towards sustainability, any day, every day. Some may be built using recycled found-materials, others are state-of-the-art elegant designer solutions. All are a welcome part of the sustainability conversation.

 

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 $2,600 in Prizes:
Lodging and breakfast at the Mauna Lani and at the waterfall Inn at Kulaniapia.
 
Lunch certificates at Merrimans, Waimea and Ke'ei, Kealakekua.

 

Activity certificates with the Fair Winds and gear at Hawaii Forest and Trail. Cash awards from Kealakekua Bay Bed and Breakfast.

 

A Big Mahalo to our Green Business Sponsors!

           Baliey, Dew Point  

Entrant showcase - see them live -  at the 3rd annual GREEN LIVING FAIR on Sat. Oct. 6th. For directions and parking at the
Green Living Fair,

 

RSVP hawaii@one-island.org

 

Local foods picnic lunch $16, under 15 $12, by reservation.

  

BOG  

 

 Green is a Verb - Let's do it together!

 

 

One Island's Sustainable Living Center is a non-profit program of

Heritage Ranch, Inc., serving Hawaii since 2002