Aloha Aina Workforce: Malama Huleia

Malama Huleia is an area that holds cultural sentiments, archaeological concerns, ecological vitality, and potential food raising resources. Located on the Huleia river, which extends westward from Nawiliwili Harbor, the Alakoko Fishpond has seen 50-60 years of inattention and had Continue Reading →

Aloha Aina Workforce: Kumano I Ke Ala

The Aloha Aina Workforce Program with Kumano I Ke Ala hosts workers that are learning skills applicable to farming, like land management, planting, harvesting, the life-cycle of the taro field, and farm maintenance. They are learning to track the native Continue Reading →

Resilient Farms: Dang Fresh Farm

Dang Fresh Farm has been working diligently during these past few months. The first month when COVID-19 began, they have been struggling to find people to purchase their produce. During those months, they couldn’t do anything about it. All they could do was use the time that they got to make improvements on the farm. Continue Reading →

Aloha Aina Workforce: Moloaa Irrigation Coop

The Aloha Aina Workforce Program provided funding for the Moloaa Irrigation Coop to hire Adam Neaves as an Apprentice Water Systems Distribution Officer. The Coop (MIC) provides oversight of the 500,000 gallon water tank in Moloaa that serves 700 acres Continue Reading →