After the destruction of Hedonisia Hawaii due to the Kilauea volcano eruption, Community Director, Mojo moved to Portland where he continues to manage the Hedonisia Activist & EcoFeminist Web Portfolio.
We suffered a great loss with the volcano. However, Hedonisia is planning to return. The land still has a beautiful one-acre kipuka green island surrounded by lava that is relatively easy to bulldoze and build upon. The front of our 4-acre property now has a sweeping ocean view.
Until we can return to our original property, we offer two options for those who wish to volunteer in exchange for a discounted stay in Hawaii.
- Hedonisia Guava Land. We are offering camping accommodations at our other property with a beautiful guava forest where we are also building a sustainable eco-friendly tiny home. Close to Kehena Beach and Kalapana.
- Kamaili Forest Farm. Two long-time friends started a farming community nearby. They are offering residential internships on their land under the guidelines of the Hedonisia Intern Program.