Kamaaina Land Plant Nursery

In addition to being a plant rental and a nursery, Kamaaina Land is also an organic fruit farm and an art space! It is owned and cultivated by Tina Jensen and her husband, reknown recycled material artist Bernie Moriaz. They started with an acre of land in Pupukea 32 years ago, then nine years ago [ read more ]

Theng’s Farm

Theng’s Farm is a multigenerational family farm located in Waimanalo. [ read more ]

Simok Farm

They are a multi-generational family run farm based in Waialua.  They grow a huge variety of veggies, fruits and herbs to sell at farmers markets and to supply restaurants. ejercicios triceps entrenamiento 1000 metros royalty limo muskelmasse zunehmen viagra jel [ read more ]

Lovan Taro Farm

This family farm has been growing food on their Hale’iwa farm for two decades. Though not organically certified, they have a no pesticide or fertilizer policy. They specialize in Samoan and Chinese varieties of taro, strawberry papaya. купить картофель cosmetic surgery chicago cleaning services atlanta bcaa 811 buy artefill abdominales chico adelgazar ya [ read more ]

Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi

Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi is a Heʻeia, Oʻahu based nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization, whose mission is to perpetuate the cultural and spiritual practices of Native Hawaiians. Here is a description of their learning and food growing program, as shared on their website: “Māhuahua ʻAi o Hoi (“Regrowing the Fruit of Hoi”) is a community-driven vision for restoring [ read more ]

Mohala Farms

Here’s a description from their wonderful website: “Mohala Farms is located on 6 acres of agriculturally zoned land in the Waialua district of Oahu. Just off Thompson’s Corner, the farm is in the Kamananui ahupua’a, a land division that stretches up the slopes of Mount Ka’ala, includes the Kaukonahua ditch and stream, and widens out [ read more ]

MA‘O Organic Farms

An incredible organization that is both a working farm and a school for young farmers. It grows organic veggies, fruits, herbs as well as farmers and community leaders. Here’s the story of their farm as posted on their website: “Our community of Wai‘anae is located on the west side of the island of O‘ahu and [ read more ]

Wally’s Farm

Karian Parsons took over her grandma’s farm in Hawaii Kai. It’s now called Wally’s Farm. Wally is her trusty canine sidekick. Here’s a description from Karian: “Here at WALLY’S FARM we grow using permaculture and organic techniques. We are a public friendly park like environment. We welcome TOURS and encourage UPICKS. We support ALL agricultural [ read more ]

Aloun Farms

Aloun is one of O‘ahu’s largest farming operations, here’s a bit about them as posted on their website: “Aloun Sou and his family of six immigrated to Hawaii from Laos via a refugee camp on the Thailand-Laos border. The family settled in Waianae in 1977 and began to farm on 5 acres of leased land [ read more ]

Waihuena Farm

Here’s a bit about their farm and CSA from their website: “Waihuena Farm (established as Meleanas Farm) is a very special three acre lot, with an additional 17 acres under lease on beautiful North Shore Oahu just across the street from Pipeline. We have big dreams for the farm, including becoming a co-op, offering food [ read more ]