Jon Biloon has been an environmental activist for over 38 years, having helped put on some of the first Earth Day celebrations in the early 70's. He is a subsistence farmer who has planted and operated his own 11 acre farm, growing a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, nuts, flowers, and herbs, including Kona coffee. He has traveled as far as Thailand to speak out against genetically modified food crops. Besides advocating and teaching small farm and backyard gardening strategies and techniques based on a variety of sustainable concepts, he also does consulting to a wide range of farmers and natural food producers. Jon also has a local radio show on low power KCOF 102.5 FM that also streams world wide on KCOF.net, where he discusses agriculture and politics.
A subsistence farmer in Hawaii, Jon Biloon shared his studies of alternative agriculture, and discussed the dangers of genetically modified (GM) foods and how agri-business is robbing individuals of health and spirituality. More »