Mahalo to our many donors, sponsors, volunteers, and supporters for sharing in our mission and vision and supporting our different programs.
We define sustainability in terms of restoring abundance, or ʻāina momona, to the land and people. ʻĀina reflects a covenant between the people and the land, where earth's bounty goes hand in hand with good stewardship. We asked ourselves what makes a happy, healthy, and sustainable community. We identified 12 priority areas and birthed Sustʻāinable Molokai in 2010 to serve as a central hub to hold these priorities together with the mission to restore ‘āina momona.
As we celebrate the new year, let us take a look back at our 2022 impact!
Sustʻāinable Molokai is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community development organization committed to restoring ʻāina momona (thriving people and abundant land) to Molokai by uniting traditional practices with responsible, modern sustainability solutions. Our current programs focus on strengthening food sovereignty, energy resilience, and environmental & resource conservation on Molokai.learn more