Food for Thought Film Series: Island Earth

When: Wed., April 18, 7 p.m. 2018

Less than two centuries ago, native Hawaiians fed their large population through some of the most historically-sustainable agricultural practices ever documented. Yet modern-day Hawaii now imports 80-90% of their food supply from elsewhere in the world, due to a complex web of public policy and private interests. Within two generations, the Hawaiians have become canaries in the coal mine for food issues that are affecting the entire planet.