Michelle Galimba

Michelle Galimba lives and works in Kau with her daughter Ua on their family ranch, and is passionate about growing grass, fostering local agriculture and strengthening her rural community.
A Near-Perfect Compromise On Water Bill — Until Senators Blew It Cory Lum/Civil Beat

A Near-Perfect Compromise On Water Bill — Until Senators Blew It

A new path was about to be forged for the future use of water resources in the islands. Then the Ways and Means Committee stepped in.

Finding Hawaii Heroes In A School Cafeteria Michelle Galimba

Finding Hawaii Heroes In A School Cafeteria

Meet two men who are bringing locally grown products to local school lunch menus.

Talking With My Daughter About the TMT Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Talking With My Daughter About the TMT

Supporters and opponents of building the Thirty Mile Telescope on Mauna Kea should step lightly, lest we crush the spirit of our young people.
Are Meadow Gold and Dean Foods Destroying Local Agriculture?

Are Meadow Gold and Dean Foods Destroying Local Agriculture?

A child of Hawaii’s dairy industry argues that intermediaries who prey on farmers are undermining the state’s remaining farming culture.