In Hawaiʻi our mission is to steward the ʻāina (land) and the kaiāulu (community). We utilize sustainable resources and leverage alternative energy technologies to support organically grown food systems. We seek to remediate the soils with regenerative agriculture practices and recharge the water cycle by planting native species.
Currently 90% of foods and goods are imported into Hawaiʻi, our vision is to work with the existing resources available and reduce our reliance on imported food by connecting the kaiāulu to the ʻāina. Mālama ʻāina or “land stewardship” improves the health of the environment and the quality of life for ourselves, our families, and future generations.