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The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of current ranching and slaughter capacities in Hawaiʻi, highlight relevant regulations and identify missing elements, offer case studies of similar

The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of current ranching and slaughter capacities in Hawaiʻi, highlight relevant regulations and identify missing elements, offer case studies of similar operations and their procedures, and provide recommendations that Hōkūnui might consider in their pursuit to expand their slaughter capacity, while processing slaughter waste safely and sustainably

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    • 2020-08
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    • Hōkūnui Regenerative Farm is erroneously spelled as "Hōkūni Regenerative Farm"

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    Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems. Local slaughter in the Hawaiian Islands. October, 2020. (Swette Center, 2020)

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    Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, Arizona State University ; by the Graduate Certificate in Food Policy and Sustainability Leadership class of 2019-2020 ; authors, Cindy Farlee, Associate Program Officer, Native American Agriculture Fun (NAAF), Ali Kelley, Regenerative Grain Entrepreneur, Former Brand Manager, General Mills, Emma Rotner, Farm to School Coordinator, Groton Public Schools, Connecticut, Nakasha Shoyinka, Local Foods Consultant, metro Atlanta, Georgia, Carly Wyman, Public Health Program Instructor, Hui Mālama Ola Nā ʻOiwi, Native Hawaiian Healthcare System for Hawaiʻi Island, Co- founder, Center for Getting Things Started (501(c)3) ; client partner, Hōkūni Regenerative Farm, Makawao, Hawaiʻi, www.hokuni.com
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