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Court filings say discharges of wastewater are continuing even though the company is under an order to stop it.
Some small ag operations are finding federal food safety regulations can help them expand to new markets.
Hawaii is considering introducing a newly discovered wasp to prey on the invasive pest.
Despite the rhetoric of Big Ag, small-scale diversified agriculture is neither a joke nor a pipe dream.
Kona produces more than famous coffee. Its Captain Cook region is the perfect spot for raising highly sought queen bees.
A canoe club donated $10,000, and even jail inmates are helping Aloha Aina Kamilo Nui dig out after the April 13 storm.
The Hawaii market develops a taste for meat born, raised and slaughtered in the islands, and these ranchers are happy to serve it up.
The islands’ cane crop will never return to the production levels of plantation days, but it’s essential for these local businesses.