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Ki‘iki‘i and Paukauila Watershed Restoration Project

Funding & technical assistance available for farmers within project area to develop and implement conservation practices that improve water quality

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Soil Health Innovator
Mini-Grant

Are you building soil health on your farm?
We want to learn from your innovation!

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Hawai'i Women Farmers Network

Farmer to farmer learning shared through workshops and training. Accompanied by tools which can be used to support the development and growth of your agricultural operation.

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On-Farm Conservation Planning

Conservation planners help producers recognize resource concerns on their property, choose the best management practices that will address those concerns, and implement those practices. In some cases, financial assistance is available to help individuals meet their conservation needs.

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Promoting Wise Stewardship of Our Island Resources...

Keep the mission going!
Support your local farmers by donating today!

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Our Mission

To improve the quality of life of the people of Oʻahu by encouraging activities that conserve and sustain our natural, human, cultural and economic resources.

About Oʻahu RC&D

The Oʻahu Resource Conservation & Development Council is an independent non-profit entity that works to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve. While our mission and mandate are broad, recent work has focused on assisting rural enterprises and farmers, while fostering education and adoption of sound conservation practices on rural lands. Several current projects engage farmers in imperiled watersheds, supporting their efforts to reduce soil erosion, improve water quality, increase productivity of the land through the use of regenerative farming and ranching practices, and rehabilitate ecological services and habitat through the restoration of native species. We have provided training, fiscal sponsorship support, and a network to cultivate the growth of rural businesses, particularly focusing on those owned and operated by women.

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