The Community Gardeners Digging Deep Into Food Insecurity in Hawai‘i

February 9, 2022 (FLUX Hawai‘i) The 5.4 acres in South Kona here Hawai‘i Island’s first community garden now sits was once a virtual wasteland, degraded by years of neglect and illegal dumping. As a little girl, Chantal Chung would visit a beautiful botanical garden in the very same spot. In 2007, Chung was recruited to help set up a nonprofit that planned to build a multimillion-dollar civic center on the Kamehameha Schools-leased land. “I just had a nagging feeling that it should be something else, something better,” she says.

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