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Maui A&B Sugar Lands Sell for $262 Million

HONOLULU, HAWAIʻI (Dec. 20, 2018) – Mahi Pono, LLC, today announced the purchase of approximately 41,000 acres of former Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company lands on the island of Maui from Alexander & Baldwin. This agreement ensures the continued use of these lands for agriculture, the preservation of green, open space in Central Maui, and […]

Food Sovereignty and Food Security in Hawai‘i: Food For Thought

In the preface of David Gumpert’s book, “The Raw Milk Revolution: behind America’s emerging battle over food rights”, Joel Salatin states: In the 1970’s I sold our homemade yogurt, butter, buttermilk and cottage cheese at the Curb Market (precursor to today’s Farmer’s Market) on Saturday mornings. In those days, the Virginia Dept. Of Agriculture had […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Improved Communication needed amongst Kahikinui Leaseholders

On April 21st, 2018 Kahikinui Hawaiian Homestead lease holders met at Hale Pi‘i. Many of the 84 adults in attendance had heard about the meeting through word of mouth. Many lease holders did not receive communication from Department of Hawaiian Homelands about the meeting. Many more lease holders did not receive communication on other Kahikinui […]

Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā

sponsored by Secrets Hawai‘i Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai‘i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii

If You Canʻt Erase, Use White Out

Unlawful Ad-Lib Legislation Takes The Stage What do you do when you can’t erase something? You use white out. Many formal legal documents will be declined if white out is used. Not in Maui County. If you are the self-proclaimed Chair of the County Council you can white out anything you want. Corporate counsel lawyers […]

Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā

sponsored by Secrets Hawai‘i Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai‘i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii #Aloha Hoahanau ~ Brotherhood

Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā

sponsored by Secrets Hawai‘i Ka Manaʻo o ka Lā ~Thought of the day #Positive words for reflection in the language of Hawai‘i #Aloha #Maui #Hawaii

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