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.
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.
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…
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…
See the impacts O‘ahu RC&D made in 2018! From women farmers, cacao research, to watershed restoration and more in the State of Hawai’i.
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
Learn about Integrated Pest Management and Food Safety on the farm.