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Toward a New Agriculture

A very long time ago in what is now south-central China, a little remembered civilization arose – the civilization of Chu – whose influence we can still feel today, as far removed as we are in time and space from that land and people. The echoes of Chu have been the spiritual underground – the [ read more ]

Wahiawa Farmers’ Market + EBT

When the whistle blows at exactly 4:30 p.m. tonight this little market will begin accepting EBT (electronic benefit transfer for SNAP fka food stamps). [ read more ]

Next on She grows food: Jackie Akuna

Jackie Akuna and Leilehua High School's Agricultural Learning Center Students [ read more ]

Ka’u: Rural, Resilient, Relevant

"It is really an exciting time to be in agriculture. Although it’s still a difficult, risky way to make a living, at least there is more social support; there is a story being told that is supportive of agriculture and rural communities . . . " [ read more ]

GreenWheel Food Hub: Systems of Equity and Distribution

Fresh, locally grown food for Everyone! [ read more ]

Naked Cow Dairy and Real Community Supported Agriculture

This year is turning out to be the Year of Cheese in Hawaii. [ read more ]

Hog Wild For Hawaii-Grown Part Two, or The Art of Pork of Chef Noreen Lam

The Art of Pork: Noreen Lam’s Recipe Homage to Uchinanchu Classics. {photo: Tia Castro} [ read more ]

Food Traditions and Food Security

In 1948 seven men of Okinawan ancestry from Hawaii sailed to the U.S. mainland on their first leg of an incredible journey. [ read more ]

Hog Wild For Hawaii-Grown Part One

Why is it so hard to find fresh island-raised pork? [ read more ]

Lesley Hill: Wailea Agricultural Group

Meet Lesley Hill of Wailea Agricultural Group [ read more ]