Scaling Up Small Farm to Big Farm
November 8 • 6-9 PM
ʻAlohilani Resort Waikiki Beach
Robust local food systems offer social, environmental and economic benefits. To meet the demand for locally grown food, local food systems need to be scaled up from farmer-direct sales of small quantities of product to wholesale transactions.
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