FARM HUB

KAHUMANA

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OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

CONNECTING LOCAL GROWERS TO LOCAL MARKETS

Kahumana Farm Hub aggregates and distributes produce from backyard growers and small farmers on Oahu's Leeward coast.

Historically, Waianae was the food basket of Oahu. Today, Kahumana Farm Hub helps to share Waianae's native abundance at farmers' markets, restaurants and grocery stores across the island, while creating income opportunities, preventing food waste and cultivating relationships with food producers in the community.

4

years

201

growers

882k

lbs. of food

"…it’s a resource that is helping me cause I could go pick my ‘ulu filled tree and make eighty dollars. That’s something that was unheard of for a very long time in Wai‘anae because we did not have a hub."
- Farm Hub Member

JOIN THE FARM HUB

Anyone can become a member - whether you are a backyard grower, small family farmer, wild forager, landscaper with access to food or realtive of someone who is.

Ask for Dean or Saleh at Kahumana Organic Farms during drop-in hours to learn more. We are located at 86-660 Lualualei Homestead Road in Waianae. 

 

When you join, you also receive a membership to the Hawaii Farmers Union United (HFUU), along with the benefits and discounts available to HFUU members.

Kahumana Organic Farms presents the first online workshop in a series of upcoming videos focused on fruit cultivation in Hawai’i.

In this workshop, Noe Nuemann from Lokoea Farms teach us about propagation techniques for citrus including various types of grafting and air-layering. Please address any questions in the comments.

OUR PRODUCE

While farm hub produce is not certified USDA organic, it is all naturally grown. We are selective in what we accept to ensure that our customers receive high-quality produce. We are able to source exotic produce not listed below, provided that we can find a buyer.

HISTORY

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Saleh Azizi was hired in 2017 to manage the Kahumana Farm Hub through the USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant, managed by the Hawaii Department of Agriculture. The first members were acquired through weeks of knocking on doors where fruit trees flourished in the backyard. When people heard the hub could facilitate food security through its many customers it spread by word of mouth to serve 80 'ohana growers in the community.

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808-738-6267

Katherine Comstock, Farm Hub Manager

kcomstock@asi-hawaii.org

CONTACT US