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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, […]

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 […]

Preparing For Water

What do you do when you haven’t had water for generations? You ask for some help. Jerome Kekiwi Jr. has been cultivating kalo (Colocasia esculenta) in the valley of Wailua Nui, in the moku of Koʻolau for three generations. East Maui landscape has sat dormant for so long and it has created the need for […]

Sustainable Agriculture Sensibility

Taking A Bite Out Of Sustainability Intro by Faith Ewbank There has been a high jacking of the word Sustainable. Many have used the word incorrectly. There is a desperate need for people to have a clear understanding and an appetite for Sustainable Agriculture. It tastes better and works. As chemical companies and corporations buckle to […]

Maui Farmers Market

Kula Malu Upcountry Farmers Market This long standing farmers market is a bustling locale. Suggest you make your trek here an early one.         See: UpcountryFarmersMarket.com         Facebook: Kula Malu Upcountry Farmers Market Wednesday Farmers Market at Waipuna Chapel Waipuna Chapel farmers market gathers favorite farmers and food producers every Wednesday from 8am to 1pm. The views can’t be argued with and […]

A&B Position Statement 2016

Statement from Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. (A&B): “Our vision for diversified ag is creating a patchwork of smaller farms on our 36,000 acres on Maui by farming some of the land on our own, partnering with others and leasing land to other farmers. We are assessing the most viable crops for the many microclimates and […]

Maui Activists Set Stewardship Standard

More hotels, urban sprawl, tourist traffic, new malls, and dust. This is what the nay sayers rant about the future for this tiny isle. On the contrary, Maui folk are shaping its future with community action. With the lead agriculture of sugar production over, 36,000 acres left behind are argued over in a panicked tone. […]

The Great Heart of Waiokane

Wailua Nui’s Ed Wendt featured in Na Loea: The Masters series. Fulfilling a soldier’s duty to preserve life, Edward Wendt personifies servant leadership with a tenacious resolve to fight for what is right. A Vietnam War veteran and a strong advocate for native Hawaiian rights, he used ancestral knowledge to survive in both scenarios. Ed […]

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