Established in 2011, the HAF Ag Park at Kunia contains 220 acres of land dedicated to diversified agricultural production. Park farmers currently grow taro, various leafy greens and lettuces, bananas, eggplant, beans, peppers, tomatoes, daikon, long squash, radish, papaya, and avocado.
The Hawaiʻi Agricultural Foundation is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance and operations of the park, overseen by the HAF Ag Park Manager. HAF provides resources to farmers at the park with regularly scheduled workshops based on what farmers request help with, what the property manager observes a need for, and what new agricultural practices information is being offered by partner organizations. HAF also helps farmers identify areas of improvement to scale farming operations for greater production volume to meet growing consumer demand, and find new market opportunities to help the farmers gain a larger stake in the local marketplace.
For more information or to schedule a tour, applicants may contact the HAF Ag Park Manager:
About Hawai‘i Agricultural Foundation
The Hawai‘i Agricultural Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization created to promote agriculture and farming. Established in 2007, HAF’s mission is to support and sustain Hawai‘i’s agricultural industry by addressing critical needs and services of farmers and the agricultural industry in Hawai‘i, and by better connecting the farmers with the community and vice-versa.