OUTDOOR EDUCATION FOR ALL AGES
While exploring one of Oahu's largest organic farms, students from keiki to college learn about food systems and sustainability with NGSS-aligned curriculum. On 25 acres in the heart of West Oahu's beautiful Lualualei Valley, Kahumana Organic Farms & Cafe teaches 1,500 students each year:
1. What it takes to bring food to their plates
2. Why local agriculture is important
3. How they can support local farms
During a farmer-led experiences in the aquaponics system, free-range chicken coop, dryland kalo patch, photovoltaic greenhouse, compost system, food hub, sheep pasture, pig pen, vegetable fields and permaculture orchards, students have the opportunity to:
Taste new fruits & vegetables
Learn about indigenous crops ('ulu, kalo)
Feed the farm animals (sheep, pigs, chickens, ducks)
Harvest and learn about our 30+ crops
Conduct service learning activities (harvesting, weeding, mulching, planting)
Take home a packet of seeds for their own garden at home
9:00 - Arrive & Restrooms
9:15 - Welcome & Introduction
9:30 - Kahumana Farm Tour
10:15 - Service Learning Activity
11:30 - Lunch
12:30 - Depart
We are able to offer a sliding scale to accommodate your budget.
Lunch: Enjoy a brown-bag lunch in our outdoor pavilion or cater food from our farm-to-table cafe.
To schedule your field trip, contact us at email@example.com along with:
Estimated number of students and adults (recommended one chaperone per fifteen children)
Age and grade of students
Potential dates (Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday are best)
Relevant curriculum, projects, or interests to your class to help us better tailor your tour to your needs
Your visit directly supports our nonprofit mission to
house 100 homeless families, serve 70 adults with intellectual disabilities and feed 800 youth each day.
LASTING MEMORIES. LASTING IMPACT.