Goo Farms

Ashley and Evann Goo own and operate Goo Farm, a thirty year old farm built by Ashley’s parents.  Their farm is located in the Lalamilo area of Waimea.  They grow a variety of seasonal vegetables: beets, bell peppers, collard greens, sugar snap peas, sunflowers and more.  They are in the process of becoming organic, though [ read more ]

Waimea Mid-week Farmer’s Market

This farmers market is sponsored by the Paniolo Preservation Society and takes place every Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Pukalani Stables at the corner Pukalani Road and Ala Ohi’a Street in Waimea on Hawaii Island. Waimea has a wealth of growers and many of them can be found here at this [ read more ]

Tea Hawaii & Company

Wife and husband team Eva Lee and Chiu Leong are the founders of Tea Hawaii & Company.  In addition to being involved daily in every aspect of tea growing in Hawaii – from nursery propagation to marketing homegrown tea – they are also very active advocates in the building of tea agriculture industry that is [ read more ]

Onomea Tea Company

Proprietors Mike Longo and Rob Nunally decided to start growing tea on their Hamakua property overlooking Onomea Bay on Hawaii Island in 2003.  Almost ten years later they are growing and processing 100% USDA certified organic white, green, black and oolong tea.  On farm tastings are offered upon appointment. [ read more ]

Mauna Kea Tea Garden

Takahiro and Kimberly Ino own and operate Mauna Kea Tea Garden on Hawaii Island.  They have deep interest in natural farming techniques.  They offer tours of their farm.  Taka is a certified Japanese Tea Instructor and is involved in educating folks about tea preparation as well as health benefits. [ read more ]

Wailea Agricultural Group

Wailea Agricultural Group, Inc., operating on the Big Island of Hawaii since 1994, is the largest fresh Hawaiian Heart of Palm grower in America. Heart of Palm: They supply  fresh Hawaiian Heart of Palm (the delicacy that is the tender, edible point at the growing tip of the peach palm) to some of the finest restaurants [ read more ]

WOW Farm

Wow Farm is a family owned and operated farm in Waimea on the Big Island.  The farm is located on 10 acres of Homestead Land in Waimea, growing a variety of vine ripened tomatoes.  All produce are naturally grown in the soil, using no chemicals or pesticides, growing the sweetest tomatoes in the state. They [ read more ]

Rusty’s Hawaiian Coffee

Rusty’s Hawaiian Coffee is a farm, mill and roastery.  They craft award-winning coffees to honor Rusty Obra, their founder. You can order their roasted coffee, green beans, and more from their website. They are doing fabulous, groundbreaking things in the realm of coffee.  We couldn’t help but share this bit from their website here, check [ read more ]

Hamakua Mushrooms

Here’s how Hamakua Mushrooms describes their farm: “Our Mushroom Facility is a state-of-the-art, environmentally controlled, 16,000 sq. ft. production facility newly locate in Laupahoehoe on the Big Island of Hawaii. Our facility is equipped with automated specialty mushroom cultivation equipment, our own sterile tissue culture laboratory and six indoor growing rooms; making it possible for [ read more ]


Adaptations uses greenhouses, raised beds and orchards to grow over 50 culinary and medicinal crops for restaurants, families and herbalists. They employ full-time and part-time assistants on their arm and in the warehouse where they consolidate harvests from over 150 family farms and individual growers. Their farm is solar powered and certified organic by Organic [ read more ]