Working to Build a Sustainable Kaua'i
Leveraging strategic partnerships and utilizing leading technology to strengthen the Kaua'i community's self sufficiency and sustainability.Sustainability
May 8, 2021 was a proud moment in our state’s history when the University of Hawai‘i Men’s Volleyball team won the National Championship in Columbus, Ohio. Their journey to the NCAA Championship began with the 2021 season lost to the pandemic and then returning to the 2021 season with no live fans. Through it all, they persevered and filled all of us with tremendous joy and pride. Kaua‘i celebrated their victory.
On Saturday, May 29, Grove Farm will host a community celebration for the Kaua`i community to offer their congratulations to the NCAA national champions men’s volleyball team, the UH Rainbow Warriors! Hear from Coach Charlie Wade and meet several members of the UH Rainbow Warriors.
Despite distance and remote learning, this year’s pool of applicants was again comprised of highly qualified students. Twenty-nine applications were received from all three public high schools. Interviews were conducted in-person, and awardees were selected from Waimea and Kauaʻi High School.
The Grove Farm Foundation has been giving back to the Kaua’i community in numerous ways. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Grove Farm Foundation is focused on building communities through supporting educational enrichment opportunities; promoting employee volunteerism; enhancing and protecting the environment; assisting health and human service projects; and creating economic opportunities for Kaua’i’s sustainable future.Grove Farm Foundation
Our land management approach supports the preservation of historic sites and enhancing the many plants, birds, and other endangered species. Partnering with key businessess and organizations to support the needs of our island community is one of many ways Grove Farm is working to build a more sustainable Kauai.Building Communities