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Cooperative Integrated Farming—The SEE Agricultural System

Location: UCB Room 100, UH Hilo campus

The University of Hawai`i at Hilo hosts a free public presentation
on an innovative small farming cooperative model based on organic
and integrated practices that is currently being field tested in
Kula, Maui. Cooperative Integrated Farming – The SEE Agricultural
System, will be held on Friday, September 18, from 6 – 8 p.m. in
UCB Room 100.

Mike Zelko, a life-long farmer originally from Hilo, will provide
a comprehensive overview of this new approach to sustainable
agriculture. The SEE Agricultural System is set up as a non-profit
research cooperative where farmers collect research data.
Participants are financially rewarded through a sophisticated,
transparent, computerized model that documents their contributions
and generates their individual tax forms to ensure fair financial
returns and non-exploitive working conditions.

The event is sponsored by the UH Hilo College of Agriculture,
Forestry and Natural Resource Management (CAFNRM) and the UH Hilo
Agriculture Club.

For more information, call CAFNRM at 932-7038.

For more information, contact: cafnrm@hawaii.edu 8089327667

Tags: Farming CAFNRM Cooperative SEE Agriculture

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