Neighbors: Subsistence Living on Molokai

Oct 11, 2013


Credit Flickr / Duncan Creamer

A variety of lifestyles thrive on different islands across the state. For example, many residents rely on grocery stores to put dinner on the table.

But on Molokai, a 2012 survey showed that about 40% of food consumed comes from subsistence sources like hunting, fishing, gathering and homegrown produce.

As part of our week-long series “Neighbors: An Island Story”, Catherine Cluett reports from the Molokai Dispatch about a different approach to food.