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Na Wahine Koa / Strong Women

Hawai‘i Public Radio provides continual community reach that enriches every corner of Hawai‘i. We are grateful for this story of Hawai‘i Women Warriors here and the many others since 1981 that have helped keep Hawai‘i residents and appreciators informed and thus empowered.       History of Hawaii Public Radio Hawaii Wahine Leadership Featured Book: […]

Commemorative Edition

Farmers Voice Hawai‘i (FVH) is dedicated to those who farm, ranch and fish in the islands Hawai‘i. It was inspired by the need for farm story-telling in mainstream news media. The name “Farmers Voice Hawai‘i” was selected after research uncovered an historic national farming newspaper, Farmers Voice, that published through 1913. Hawai‘i has critically important […]

Kipahulu Farmers Honored by Aloha Festivals

Aloha Pu’uhonua ‘o Hana. We are proud to recognize our 2018 Grand Marshalls, Hāna’s own John and Tweetie Lind. John and Tweetie are the co-founders of the Hāna District Pohaku, Hāna Canoe Club, co-founders of East Maui Taro Festival, the Kauiki Council, and their land-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit group, the Kīpahulu Ohana. They’re residents of Kīkoʻo, […]

Farmers Voice Hawaii √ 2018 Election Choice

Hawai‘i Lawmakers who support Farming Thank you to this growing list of political leaders who continue to advocate for the family farmer, the small farmer, the producer farmer and the new farmer. We appreciate you! You do #Hawaii proud! We are proud to support you in your 2018 campaign and are eager to have you […]

SATURDAY Kanaka Maoli March to Vote

Maui County Surf Report No one in Maui County will be checking the morning surf report this Saturday. Hawaiians, kupuna, surfers, farmers and the young voters know where the biggest wave will be. Walk-in voters are marching from Kahului Beach Road to Wailuku Community Center in the first ever Kanaka Maoli March to Vote event. […]

The Struggle For Wai Has Taken Its Toll

By Ed Wendt It has been a long journey, too long. I am happy the water is restored to East Maui and that our people can go back to farming. I am happy for the kalo, the fish, the opae and ‘o‘opu, and the limu. Life has been restored; all will have life again. However, […]

Reporting Pesticide Use Near Hawai‘i Schools

Information Forward: A long time waiting and worked for legislative bill, SB3095 HD1, regarding Pesticide Use Disclosure mirrors important policy created by Hawai‘i’s leading farmer and farming supporters membership organization. Hawai‘i Farmers Union United (HFUU) adopted a Restricted Use Pesticide Policy at the 2016 Convention. This makes for an excellent go to for HFUU members […]

Sustainable Agriculture Committee December 2017 Newsletter

  December 2017 Newsletter Letter From the Chair Aloha Sustainable Agriculture Committee (SAC) members! 2018 will be a good year for sustainable agriculture throughout Hawai‘i Nei. I feel a sense of urgency to produce more food for our island community. Integrated agroforestry systems add resiliency and stability to our food and fiber production systems. Watershed […]

Maui Sand Burials & the Grand Heist of 30Mil a Year

Eight Meetings, Three Deliberations, Sand Moratorium on Friday Agenda Again excerpted from Sustainable Action Fund for the Environment (SAFE) In April last year (2017) Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa asked Mike White and the county council to study central Maui sand mining and consider imposing a moratorium. Councilmember Elle Cochran wrote a bill that proposed a […]

Dirty Dozen Done Hawai‘i Good

Amazing HFUU Presidents These twelve chapter farmer leaders are directing Hawai‘i towards food production and self sustenance. Hawai‘i Farmers Union United has twelve chapters across four islands. Each chapter meets regularly and addresses concerns of local farmers with important place-specific attention. This past October these dirty dozen left the overalls and wheelbarrows on the farm […]

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