You are not alone in setting-up or running your ag business. You are supported by a network of women across the islands. Many have gone through the same steps and have had many of the same questions as they started their businesses.
Kathy Maddux of Mohala Farm: Chef and Farmer on Oahu’s North Shore
Ku’uipo Garrido of Na Mea Kupono Lo’i Kalo (Taro Farm)
How to Plan in Phases for Fluxes in Demand and the Power of Farmer Networks.
New Opportunities for Working Collaboratively with Other Women Producers to Access New Markets and Create Multiple-Revenue Streams.
Tips to Increase Farm Revenue Streams and Transition Your Farm Operations to Produce, Market, Package, and Sell to Directly to Consumers.
This mini-grant program aims to expand or enhance new and existing agri-tourism projects. Proposed projects are expected to capture growth throughout the granting period. Proposals may be collaborative with public and private partners.
This video provides key steps in starting cacao seedlings in Hawaii.
This resource guide contains useful information for new and prospective cacao growers in Hawai’i.
This video provides key steps in planning, implementing, and maintaining a cacao orchard in Hawaii.