Farms and Agriculture
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The coffee culture on the Island of Hawaiʻi is especially strong. Started in the late 1820s, the farms and mills in the famous Kona coffee region, as well as Kaʻū and other nearby areas, are renowned for their award-winning coffee beans, expert roasting and superior flavor. There are a handful of coffee plantations that offer tours, tastings and more.
When in Hawaiʻi, eat as the locals eat. For an up-close introduction to local foods, explore the islands’ colorful farmers markets. Aside from a wide variety of fresh-picked vegetables, fruits and prepared foods—some of which you may not have seen before—you’ll find crafts, gifts, artwork and so much more.
Green Point Nurseries, Inc. is a Hawaii grower/shipper/wholesaler providing services with Hawaiian [...]
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The only tree planting Eco-tour of its kind in the world. Plant an endemic tree & follow its growth via [...]
Kau Coffee Mill is a grower and producer of coffee with 100 acres in production. Provides a full range [...]
We make homemade glorified comfort food, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We make sweet and savory [...]
Come Explore Maui’s Ku’ia Estate Chocolate Cacao Farm! Your journey begins at the Ku’ia Estates [...]
We provide guided tours of our coffee, protea, & botanical farm on the island of Maui. Protea include [...]
Built on the footprint of our ancestors, Limahui Garden and Preserve is located on the north shore of [...]
State of the art working goat dairy with over 25 cheeses including 11 National Award winners. Daily [...]
Ancient Aquaculture in Hawaiʻi
Built more than 1,000 years ago, this ingenious fishpond on Kauaʻi is one of the finest examples of Hawaiian aquaculture.More
Molokaʻi has many of these well-preserved fishponds located along its southern coast, most built 700-800 years ago.More