A collective of statewide food hubs has a plan to get more crops from small farmers to businesses, institutions and families that want locally grown food.
The multimillion-dollar facility is entirely off the grid. But it still needs to figure out how to produce its own feed and may need GMOs to do so.
The plantations that were so profitable in their heyday had the support of generous government incentives. Experts say today’s farmers must build political muscle to win state support.
The Hawaii Land Use Commission must now make tough choices as many landowners say their property isn’t fit for growing much, if anything.
Six researchers published a study that found two new and promising Hawaiian heritage sweet potatoes that could bring millions back to native people.
Residents say an influx of roosters is laying bare an age-old spat over two sometimes conflicting hallmarks of country life: agriculture and peace and quiet.
More fires. Worse drought. Excessive heat. The state’s agriculture industry is facing serious environmental problems in the years ahead.