Noa Kekuewa Lincoln

Noa Kekuewa Lincoln is a professor of Indigenous Crops and Cropping Systems at the University of Hawaii Manoa. He is the president of Māla Kalu‘ulu Cooperative, secretary of the Kona Producers Cooperative, a board member of the Hawaii Farmers’ Union United Kona Chapter, and serves on the board of several nonprofit organizations.
How Landscape Legacies Enhance Hawaii Agriculture Seth Quintus

How Landscape Legacies Enhance Hawaii Agriculture

These systems can serve as an effective cultural and economic strategy to improve food security.

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Here’s An Even Better Vision For Food Sustainability

What are the real barriers to increasing local food production, self-sufficiency and agricultural vitality?