What's At Stake

Hawaii imports more than 80% of what we eat. That keeps our cost of living high, our options limited and creates problems for the environment. Now, the pandemic is exposing critical issues that come when we can't feed our own population in a time of great need. How can we get on a better path to growing our own?
Stories

Stories

The barriers to food independence in Hawaii are many. The cost of energy, labor and land are all high. But there’s also a lot of opportunity.
Media

Media

Video and audio stories.
Talk To Us

Talk To Us

Share your concerns, ideas and solutions for food sustainability in Hawaii.
IDEAS

IDEAS

Essays, analysis and opinions from the community.
Resources

Resources

Maps, tools and other helpful resources.
[THUMB]

Reporters: Jessica Terrell, Claire Caulfield, Brittany Lyte, Stewart Yerton
Audio Reporter: Claire Caulfield
Data Reporter: Yoohyun Jung
Photography: Cory Lum, Claire Caulfield
Editors: Patti Epler, Jessica Terrell
Development and Design: Mantle
Illustrations: Kalany Omengkar