Nancy Redfeather

Nancy Redfeather founded The Hawaii Public Seed Initiative at The Kohala Center in 2009 and coordinated the first statewide seed conference, Hua Ka Hua, with the Organic Seed Alliance in Keauhou in 2010. She grows seed on her family's farm in Kona.
Seed Diversity Is Vital To The Future Of Food

Seed Diversity Is Vital To The Future Of Food

The work of saving and breeding seed once made enormous contributions to Hawaii’s agriculture — and it must again.  

Is Early Los Angeles A Model For Food And Agriculture In Hawaii?

Is Early Los Angeles A Model For Food And Agriculture In Hawaii?

Believe it or not, yes. In the first half of the 20th century, smart planners put land in the hands of farmers and transformed LA County into an agricultural powerhouse.

When We Unite To Solve Hawaii’s Problems Masako Cordray and Chris Reickert

When We Unite To Solve Hawaii’s Problems

Highlighting two Big Island groups that are active in fighting little fire ants and growing local produce.