This plant grows easily in a home garden, and the white bean with purple streaks is an excellent source of protein. These plants grow quickly and can be harvested in […]
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Planting, Caring for, Harvesting and Consuming Your Soy Beans
Soy beans are healthy, high in protein and in fiber. The soy bean comes from a plant that grows easily and quickly […]
INPEACE Develops “Basic Hawaiian” Pilot for a New Generation of Learners
Kapolei, Hawai‘i — The Institute for Native Pacific Education & Culture (INPEACE) is proud to announce a $775,661.00 (3-year) grant […]
In Hawai’i and especially on the Wai’anae Coast we show respect for the ‘āina. Please join us. Why not make it a family affair? Bring the ʻohana from 8 to […]
Sign Up Early for Keiki Steps
There’s so much for you and your child to explore – together! Sign up for Keiki Steps, a program by INPEACE, which prepares you and […]
Three Weeks to a Smooth Transition
Going to kindergarten is a major milestone in your child’s life. But, is your keiki ready? Have you […]
Have you heard? It’s Keiki Steps pre-registration time! This FREE parent participation program prepares your child for Kindergarten while grounding them in culture and early learning knowledge. Sign up now, […]
When there’s a knock at the door from Kahe to Ka‘ena, it might just be a helpful group from INPEACE’s Ho‘āla program. Recently, […]
Is your child ready for kindergarten? Schools need to be ready, too. Often, families wait until right before school starts to register their keiki, leaving schools to scramble at the […]
Much of the world recognizes Earth Day during the month of April. But in Hawai‘i, every day is Earth Day! Native Hawaiians take great pride in respecting, protecting and maintaining […]