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Connecting Local - Music, Food, Community [Story Connective podcast 012]

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Aloha fellow permaculturists,
We are excited to announce the continuation of our Re-envision Maui series, where we are covering the historic transition happening on the island right now with the end of the sugarcane era & the beginning of a thriving regenerative future.

Connecting Local - Music, Food, Community is our podcast episode about music & how it can inspire a regenerative way of life. Enjoy the music & manaʻo (thoughts) of these amazing artists & farmers: Pat Simmons Jr, Paul Izak, & Evan Ryan. Learn about what inspires them, their community work, & about how Maui's Central Valley could be cultivated to benefit future generations.  


Pat Simmons Jr – PatSimmonsJr.com

Paul Izak – PaulIzakMusic.com & PaulIzak.Bandcamp.com

Evan Ryan – PonoGrown.org & HawaiiHomeGardens.com

Additional musicians featured in this podcast include: Amber Lily (Young Roots verse), Kealiʻi Reichel (Mauna Mele oli - chant used with permission), & Sam Ites (Permaculture cajón & backup vocals).

Topics we covered in our conversation together included:
music, art, inspiration, regenerative agriculture, artists, farmers, educators, Maui, Hawaiʻi, farming, permaculture, resilience, solar, aloha, community, friendship, ancestry, landscaping, values, harmony, needs, food, free energy, soil, rain, environment, elders, food forestry, trees, fruit, seeds, children, passions, health, yoga, gardening, flow, volunteering, growing, pollinating, plants, pollution, jungle, surfing, beach, love, mountain, sacred, holistic design, agroforestry, rainwater catchment, mentorship, farmers markets, education, legislation, cooperation, school gardens, solutions, small farms, local, sugarcane, crops, real estate, fertilizer, mangoes, coconuts, polyculture, habitat, affordable housing, windbreaks, erosion, runoff, homesteads, localization, thriving, non-profits, pono, goodness, well-being, prosperity, welfare, equity, duty, justice, virtuosity, fairness, success, keiki, ahupuaʻa

For more background on the historic transition happening right now on the island of Maui, check out our podcast Re-envision Maui - Before and After Sugar.

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Connecting Local - Music, Food, Community [Story Connective podcast 012]
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Thought I'd share some of the amazing art & photographs associated with this event & the people featured in this podcast:
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Paul Izak, Pat Simmons Jr, Pono Grown Farm Center flier
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Paul Izak - Back to the Roots album cover, paulizak.bandcamp.com
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Paul Izak in a food forest, paulizakmusic.com
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Pat Simmons Jr - This Mountain album cover, patsimmonsjr.bandcamp.com
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Pat Simmons Jr - ukulele & coconut, patsimmonsjr.bandcamp.com
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Evan Ryan, HawaiiHomeGardens.com
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Pono Grown Farm Center, PonoGrown.org
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