Posts related to: Homegrown Hawaii

Homegrown Hawaii: Kauai Food Forest

September 7, 2017

On two acres on the north shore of Kauai, volunteers tend to more than a hundred species of fruits, vegetables, and other plants. They harvest food, but the site doesn’t look much like a farm. Rather than neat rows of crops delineated by bare dirt, layers of plants mimic a natural forest. Sweet potato vines provide ground cover, for instance. Cacao trees grow in the shade of canopy fruit trees such as lychee and breadfruit.

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Homegrown Hawaii: Waikapū Pickles

June 28, 2017

This is our first post in our new Homegrown Hawaii blog series, where we will feature local Hawaii businesses and organizations that share Kunoa’s “stand free” values of supporting and growing our islands’ local food systems.

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