Localicious® Hawaiʻi Art and Video Winners 2022

Presented by Hawaiʻi Gas

2021 – 2022 Winners:

The two 1st Place winners of the 2021 – 2022 Contest were Zachary Sakata, a 5th grader at ‘Iolani School and Cassidy Crowley, a 7th grader at Punahou School. Zachary’s winning entry, titled “Localicious Menu” depicted a vivid portrayal of an entrée, greens, and dessert items made with locally sourced ingredients. In Cassidy’s public service announcement, “The Journey of Aloha Starts with Local,” she explained the benefits of farming, cooking, and eating local.

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Art: “Localicious Menu” 

Zachary T. Sakata | Grade 5, ‘Iolani School

Video: “The Journey of Aloha Starts with Local”

Cassidy Crowley | Grade 7, Punahou School

2nd Place Winners:

Art: “Delicious Sushi Made with Hawaiian Produce” 

Anna Kang | Grade 5, Liholiho Elementary

Video: “The Legacy of Otsuji Farms” 

Alina Otsuji | Grade 11, ‘Iolani School 

3rd Place Winners:

Art: “Producing More than Produce”

Lilinoe Mariah Stoltzman | Grade 2, Le Jardin Academy

Video: “Farmers’ Market” 

Poett Tehada | Grade 7, Olomana School

Artwork Finalists:

“I Love to Eat Local Fruits and Meats”

Sean O’Donnell | Grade 1, Ka‘iulani Elementary

“Hawaii Ag: More Than You Think” 

Madelyn Martin | Grade 5, Maunawili Elementary

“Producing More than Produce” 

Rafael Erhan | Grade 4, Ala Wai Elementary

“We Love Hawai‘i’s Farmers” 

Matthew Antonio | Grade K, Queen Ka‘ahumanu Elementary

 “Producing More Produce” 

Sybella Fortin | Grade 4, Ala Wai Elementary

Video Finalists:

“Feed the World” 

Caleb Alarcon | Grade 8, Aiea Intermediate School

“Give Back to Giving Back” 

Austin Directo | Grade 12, Kea‘au High School

“Stay Local, Grow Local”

Trystan Cabrera | Grade 8, Washington Middle School

“Mac Nuts” 

Alana Flurry | Grade 9, Olomana School

“Home Grown” 

Tahiti Kaneakua | Grade 8, Olomana School

This contest is presented by Hawaiʻi Gas


The contest is an extension of Localicious® Hawai‘i, a statewide public awareness campaign that promotes restaurants that source locally grown, caught or raised products. All proceeds will support HAF’s K-12 programs and its mission to sustain the critical needs and services of Hawai‘i’s agricultural industry.  Since 2014, Localicious® Hawai‘i has raised over $260,000 for ag education.  Over the past nine years, HAF’s ag education programs have impacted more than 30,000 K-12 students at 151 public and charter schools statewide.