SANCTUARY OF MANA KE’A

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The Sanctuary of Mana Ke’a Gardens, a non-profit 501(c) 3 in the State of Hawaii, offers education, sustainable restoration and conscious community as the building blocks for a brighter future.

Sharing within our commnity the opportunity to actually become a true service oganization dedicated to the concept of People, Planet and Oneness.  As a result, we enjoy the benefits of a peaceful propsperity.

Our mission is to educate the community on:

  • Organic and sustainable agriculture
  • Renewable energy systems
  • Natural resources & water conservation
  • Zero Waste technology
  • Research and development of organic farming products & techniques
  • Personal health and wellness through nutrition, diet & conscious lifestyle
  • Hawaiian culture and arts

We collaboratively promote our mission through various avenues:

  • Annual Avocado Festival
  • Annual Mango Festival
  • Fundraisers
  • Feed the Children Christmas Holiday 
  • Lifestyle Lectures, Seminars & Retreats
  • Conscious Community Cinemas

We are supporters and members of:

  • Hawai’i Agritourism Association
  • Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers
  • Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanic Gardens
  • Hawai’i Green Initative
  • Ho `oulu Community Farmers Market

With your support, we can make a build a more productive, prosperous, and peace filled humanity.

The Sanctuary of Mana Kea


Press for the Sanctuary of Mana Ke’a & the 2013 Mango Festival:

Big Island Video News:
http://www.bigislandvideonews.com/2013/07/22/video-2013-mango-festival-held-in-kona/

West Hawaii Today:
http://westhawaiitoday.com/sections/news/local-news/mango-madness.html
http://westhawaiitoday.com/sections/news/local-features/annual-mango-festival-island-treasure.html
http://westhawaiitoday.com/sections/news/local-features/about-town-7-19-13.html

Big Island Now:
http://bigislandnow.com/2013/07/17/kona-goes-crazy-with-mangos-at-festival-saturday/

 

5 thoughts on “SANCTUARY OF MANA KE’A”

  1. do you have all your music lined up for this weekend?
    I just heard about your festival and might be going to Big Island this weekend. Let me know – here’s my EPK
    just flew over to maui last weekend to play a paniolo festival

  2. Please provide an agenda for events like the avocado and mango festival. I’m very interested in learning more about growing avocados but given the lack of information online about when to show up and what to expect, and the experience I’ve with other events that didn’t have much going on, I can’t justify attending.

    1. Slip into the South Kona Green Market on Sunday. There are avo vendors there and some will gladly share info with you. Good luck.

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