We are an organization working to restore abundance in Kahaluʻu, Kona


Hawaiʻi imports over 88% of the food we consume, while over half of our designated agricultural lands are unfarmed.  At the same time our natural environment is threatened; 40% of all Native Hawaiian plants are listed as threatened or endangered. There is a need to increase local food production, maintain unique biodiversity, and mitigate threats from forthcoming climate change.  Our organization works to do this through restoring a Hawaiian agricultural system in Kahaluʻu, Kona, and restoring ties of kānaka to ʻāina.  Find out how you can help.

Above photography provided by Koa Matsuoka



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We have workdays focusing on the restoration of our site, and have started to offer ʻāina-based education experiences.

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