Mo’ana – the feeling of being full to the point all you want to do is fall asleep. We learned sustainable farm practices. The purpose of Mo’ana is for outreach and teaching people to eat healthy locally grown food. Shantal Chang told us the difficulties of grant approval. 

This is Shantal’s sheep that doubles as a land clearer and manure maker. This area was covered in vegetation three weeks Ago and is now ready for new plants. 

Shantel showed us the community garden. The taro plant are what Hawaiians use to make poi. Every part of the plant is edible. 

Shantel kindly fed us star fruit, dried bananas, gord, pork, macadamia nuts, and pumpkin. She told us how the fruit and animals were harvested. 

Written by Casey Lysdale

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