Yahoo Weather

You are here

It’s your thoughts that count

<p>“I plant a lot of trees, including fruit trees, and vegetables that sustain the body to give us energy.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Chita Alonzo, Waikoloa</p>

“I plant a lot of trees, including fruit trees, and vegetables that sustain the body to give us energy.”

Chita Alonzo, Waikoloa

<p>“At home we have our own vegetable garden, and our company, Les’ Menehune Kitchen, uses Hawaii grown fruits and evaporated cane juice in our jams and jellies.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Dionne Moniz, visiting Waikoloa from Hilo</p>

“At home we have our own vegetable garden, and our company, Les’ Menehune Kitchen, uses Hawaii grown fruits and evaporated cane juice in our jams and jellies.”

Dionne Moniz, visiting Waikoloa from Hilo

<p>“As a chef, we cook sustainable by trying to use everything that’s local and save on fossil fuels used to transport products from other places.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">George Gomes, Waikoloa</p>

“As a chef, we cook sustainable by trying to use everything that’s local and save on fossil fuels used to transport products from other places.”

George Gomes, Waikoloa

<p>“I love Earth Day. Where I work at Lava Java the owners are totally in support of locally sourced ingredients, organic when possible, and compostable food containers and cold cups. And I rode my bike to work today.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Kea Evangelista, Waikoloa</p>

“I love Earth Day. Where I work at Lava Java the owners are totally in support of locally sourced ingredients, organic when possible, and compostable food containers and cold cups. And I rode my bike to work today.”

Kea Evangelista, Waikoloa

<p>“I recycle all my cans and bottles, and if friends are throwing them out, I take theirs as well. It makes for less rubbish in the landfill.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Lenore Lafaye, Waikoloa</p>

“I recycle all my cans and bottles, and if friends are throwing them out, I take theirs as well. It makes for less rubbish in the landfill.”

Lenore Lafaye, Waikoloa

“I plant a lot of trees, including fruit trees, and vegetables that sustain the body to give us energy.”

Chita Alonzo, Waikoloa

“At home we have our own vegetable garden, and our company, Les’ Menehune Kitchen, uses Hawaii grown fruits and evaporated cane juice in our jams and jellies.”

Dionne Moniz, visiting Waikoloa from Hilo

“As a chef, we cook sustainable by trying to use everything that’s local and save on fossil fuels used to transport products from other places.”

George Gomes, Waikoloa

“I love Earth Day. Where I work at Lava Java the owners are totally in support of locally sourced ingredients, organic when possible, and compostable food containers and cold cups. And I rode my bike to work today.”

Kea Evangelista, Waikoloa

“I recycle all my cans and bottles, and if friends are throwing them out, I take theirs as well. It makes for less rubbish in the landfill.”

Lenore Lafaye, Waikoloa

By Catherine Tarleton