Hedonisia Hawaii Eco-Community was founded on land that was a former junkyard on 4 acres of jungle in Hawaii. Hedonisia through hard work and effort we evolved into a vibrant permaculture ecofeminist community. The accommodations range from camping to cabins. Much of the material used to construct the accommodations are recycled and reused items. The community shares a kitchen, bathroom, hangout spaces and all food that grows on the land!
Amidst the staggering natural beauty are huts illuminated by powerful, member-created art that is constantly morphing with the tide of guests, volunteers and interns.
Aside from being able to work in the jungle as ‘agricultural tourists’ volunteers and interns were also able to apply their skills working on our EcoFeminist Entrepreneur Web Portfolio.
Walk around during work shift and see community members using their brute strength to wrangle down weeds, take care of useful crops or build new additions to the property in an environmentally friendly fashion. Community support shifts allow the guests to be an active part of the function and maintenance of the ever morphing property, providing a sense of support and pride in taking care of the land.