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Join the #OnoRevolution at EAT THINK DRINK

(Sponsored) Unlimited food, bottomless drinks and endless conversation, June 19 at The Modern Honolulu.



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Eat Think Drink

 

The Hawai‘i Agricultural Foundation invites you to EAT THINK DRINK: The Future of Food and Friendships, How Government, Business and Community Can Work Together on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, 6 to 9 p.m. at The Modern Honolulu.

 

Presented by Hawaiian Airlines, Eat Think Drink will explore how the government, business and community are working together to move the needle on food sustainability throughout our islands. Hawai’i is a grower’s paradise, boasting nutrient-rich soil, a consistent year-round climate and an extensive history in self-sustainable farming. This quarterly series brings leading minds together to spark a conversation on the unparalleled opportunity the next generation has to revive our states’ food independence.

 

To kick off the evening, keynote speaker Senator Donovan Dela Cruz will share the vision behind the Whitmore Project; how he is working with private industry and the community toward revitalizing Whitmore Village into a viable agricultural hub in Wahiawa. Featured panelists Myra Kaichi, Senior Executive Assistant of Hawai‘i Department of Agriculture’s Agribusiness Development Corporation and Stephanie Whalen, Executive Director of Hawai‘i Agriculture Research Center will later add to the conversation. This inspiring panel will provide insight on ground breaking collaborations supporting Oahu’s agricultural landscape and economic footprint.

 

Indulge as you chat with creations by featured chefs including:

  • Keith Pajinag of The Modern Honolulu
     

  • Raymond Lacquiao of Herringbone Waikīkī

  • Aaron Siguenza of Tamura’s Tavern and
     

  • Guy Smith of Chao Phya Thai Restaurant

 

Enjoy an assortment of refreshing libations by Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits all night and, later, satisfy your cravings with The Hawaiian Pie Company’s handmade pies.

 

Join us for unlimited food, bottomless drinks and endless conversation. Tickets available now.

 

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