Kaipoʻi Kelling is a Kalo farmer carrying on Uncle Jerry Konanuiʻs teaching. Kaipoʻi is also a teacher of Hawaiian language born here on Oʻahu he loves to ʻŌlelo and collect varieties of Kalo.
Kaipo'i returns to talk Uncle Jerry with Kamaka. Subjects covered: Angry old kalo farmers. Ledgendary ku'i sessions. The Beastie Boys. The relationsips and friendships that contributed to Uncle Jerry Konanui.
Hui Mauli Ola proudly presents: Leo Kupa. e hoolono mai. The thought provoking podcast on perpetuating Hawaiian Healing and Wellness, brought to you by:
Kupunakalo.com created by Weston Yap. Promoting their view that Kalo is food, through photos of kalo varieties, a curriculum around Hawaiian culture and the challenges of farming, contact information for field visits to find varieties, nutrition information and recognition of teachers in the community.
The Indigenous Soap Company
Created on the Island of ‘Oahu, the indigenous comes from our passion in using native medicinal herbs and oils from all over the world.
Alana natural therapy in Town and Pikoakea Therapeutic Lomi & Rehabilitation Massage in Kailua
All-Natural Deodorants, Body Powders and Body Products ~ Aloha Aina Packaging ~ Handmade by Hawaiians
Hawaiian Kava Center, LLC
Growers, purveyors and supporters of kava from Hawaii
Lotus blossom in you
Lomilomi, hooponopono, farm laau lapaau. Doula & Pale Wahine birth support service.
A welcoming place of refuge where people of all cultures sustain and propagate the connections between the health of the land and the health of the people.
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