Free screening of ‘How to Save the World—One Farmer, One Beekeeper at a Time’

Barb Forsyth

The Sukyo Mahikari Center will present “How to Save the World-One Farmer, One Beekeeper at a Time” on Sunday, March 13 from noon to 3:00 p.m. There will be a free screening of the film How to Save the World—One Man, One Cow, One Planet, which is about Peter Proctor, a New Zealand farmer who practices Bio-Dynamic farming and teaches Indian farmers how to replenish their soil.

Following the film will be a panel with beekeeper Howard McGinnis, Lois Shimabukuro of Ka Lei eggs, and Al Santoro, an organic tropical fruit farmer and beekeeper. They will talk about their profession and how it works in harmony with nature to support the local economy and agriculture.

The event is free and will be held at 438 Hobron Lane #100, Eaton Square, Waikiki, with validated parking. Enter the parking lot from Lipeepee Street off Ala Wai Canal. The Sukyo Mahikari Center is to the left of the stone entrance gate on Hobron Lane; Food Pantry is to the right.  To RSVP or for questions call Dr. Melissa Yee at (808) 292-1179 or (808) 945-9220.