Did you know that the most extensive agroforest in ancient Hawai’i was in Kona? See how Hawaiian tradition values food security and a greener Hawai’i!
Get hungry for ‘Ulu! Join the Friends ʻohana (family) sharing traditions, cooking tips, and how to propagate this amazing, sustainable food!
See our online Newsletters for exciting project updates.
Watch our 2021 Spring Kalo Harvest at the Garden. Mahalo nui loa to Randy Quander for putting this together!
Mahalo nui loa to Amelie Sterling of the Three Mountain Alliance for putting together this wonderful video of native Hawaiian plants. Hopefully it will help the artists of our community in finding a favorite plant to paint for this years Hawai'i nei art exhibition.
Find out everything you need to know about this years contest at: www.hawaiineiartcontest.org
It is now easier than ever before to become an active supporter of the Friends. You can sign up for a one year membership or donate online.
Mahalo nui loa for your support.
Come and join our dedicated volunteers every Saturday morning from 9.00 am to 12.30 pm for garden work and having fun.
Check out our new, public calendar for events at the Garden and never miss an opportunity to help. You can even integrate this calendar into your own.