Hunter Heaivilin envisions a future where communities are self-reliant for their needs and interdependent for their wants. He has been working locally with school campuses around Oahu on projects ranging from food production to water harvesting and waste management. His work in Permaculture has led him to consulting and teaching with sustainable community development projects around the Pacific, Caribbean, and South America, with a preference for small island developing states. International projects have run the gamut from disaster recovery to food security and public health. Hunter is an accomplished Permaculturist and a well-organized instructor with a host of experiences to draw upon in his teaching.