Maui Aloha Aina Mission:
To promote life nurturing practices for Body & Soil through education and outreach services.
” As above so Below” “A ko Luna a i ko Lalo”
Thank you for joining us for the 2013 Body and Soil Farm-Health Conference
Mahalo to our Featured Presenters:
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- Jerry Brunetti – A Maui favorite back for his 7th conference, 2008 ACRES USA Lifetime achievement award recipient. Keynote Presentation “The good news is wrapped up in the bad news”
- Patrick MacManaway – Geobiology and subtle energies: Domestic, commercial and agricultural environments.
- Christopher W. Shade, Ph.D. - Looking Inside the Black Box: Understanding analytical approaches,diagnostic tools, and detoxification strategies for mercury intoxication.
- Eva Lee - Volcano Hawaii forest grown tea (Camellia Sinensis) Hawaii Tea Agriculture – The first generation
- Malik Cotter – Presented at our first Body & Soil in 2001. Maui Doctor of Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine East meets West: Adding Super Foods and Superior Herbs to Your Daily Diet
- Seth Raabe -Whispering Winds Bamboo Kipahulu Maui, Restoring and Preserving Local Fertility Experience in cultivating fields and forests,drawing from local traditional knowledge and the observation of nature.
We have been holding educational/experiential conferences since 2001 on Body and Soil health and have actively been involved in supporting our small organic and transitioning conventional family farmers in their practice to honor their body’s well being and the soils vitality as a living organism while producing nutrient rich food for the community.
Presentations articulated in a story form to easily understand how natural systems of regenerative agriculture and holistic health work in concert with
one another supporting our well being.
This years event will be April 11,12,13 Thurs,Friday and Saturday at the Tropical Plantation in Waikapu Maui. Where Kumu Farm is located and is Certified Organic. The presenters at our conferences are leaders and experts in the field of eco-logical land and holistic body care.
It is the intention of Ma‘a to hold these experiential events and bring together folks who value what it means to grow and eat nutrient dense foods, while fostering biological diversity in their gardens and farms.