Getting Started with Cacao – Webinar

A “How To” and conversation with award-winning growers sharing some of their key lessons learned, as well as the trials, tribulations and pro tips for establishing cacao in diverse growing regions, from Hawaiʻi island to Kauaʻi.

Waimānalo Stream Restoration Update

Volunteers came out to the Yogarden farm on an early November weekend to help clear invasive vegetation, as the first phase of a stream restoration project in the Waimānalo Watershed. The farm will continue this work to remove invasive species and make room for native and canoe species plantings to stabilize the stream bank. These…

A Message from Our New Executive Director

It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to lead Oʻahu RC&D – a non-profit with a 20-year track record of supporting Hawaiʻi’s farms and ranches and their land stewardship. I’m humbled by the high standard that Jean Brokish and our dedicated board have set. Our team is committed to upholding this legacy and providing conservation planning and…

2017 Annual Report!

See the impacts O‘ahu RC&D made in 2017! From women farmers, 808 Planner, to watershed restoration and more, we strive to promote wise stewardship of our island resources throughout the State of Hawai‘i.   CLICK HERE

2016 Annual Report

O’ahu RC&D had a busy 2016! From developing conservation plans, working with farmers throughout the islands, and providing workshops, we had a great 2016 and are working hard to make 2017 just as great (or even better)! [button title=”2016 O’ahu RC&D Annual Report” icon=”” icon_position=”center” link=”http://oahurcd.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/2016-Yearbook-Annual-Report_FINAL-VERSION.pdf” target=”_blank” color=”green” font_color=”black” large=”0″ class=”” download=”” onclick=””]

Farming & Soil Conservation: Funding for Best Practices Workshop

Farming & Soil Conservation: Funding for Best Practices Workshop February 10th, 2017 9AM-12PM Key Project 47-200 Waihee Road Kaneohe, HI 96744 Cost: Free but please register to attend.  Grant funding is available to install conservation practices that reduce soil erosion and protect water quality in Kaneohe Bay. Farmers and ranchers in the Kaalaea and Waiahole…

Check out the results from our Women Farmers Survey!

Click here to check out all the information gathered from our 106 women farmer respondents.  The information collected will be used to create risk-management training in the future specifically to assist women farmers in Hawaii.  Thank you to all of you who responded, we appreciate your time!  Women Farmers Survey Recap

Calling all women farmers!

Tell us what you need in order to make your agricultural business grow! With support from the Western Center for Risk Management Education, we are conducting a needs assessment of Hawaii’s Women Farmers.   We’ve designed a survey to assess potential training needs and opportunities related to agricultural risks and the awareness and use of…