Building a Sustainable Kaua'i
Leveraging strategic partnerships and utilizing leading technology to strengthen the Kaua'i community's self sufficiency and sustainability.Sustainability
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 building a sustainable Kauaʻi.Building Communities
Our culture is passed down from the generations before us as we learn from talking-story with our elders. Grove Farm wants to preserve this culture by documenting the food, music, and history that make us Kaua'i.Sustainable Culture
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
Learn about the history of Grove Farm’s Puhi Park and the surrounding area. Farewell to Kōloa and Native Hawaiian Historian Teddy Blake – who passed away early last month. Mark your calenders for the Craft Fair at Puhi Park happening at 9:30 a.m. on September 25th!
The anticipated summer release of Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” – filmed at the Kapaia Reservoir – was just released. Mid-summer is also the start of a new school year, and we look forward to hosting students through our Educational Modules program. We also highlight Child and Family Service’s new location for its Līhu‘e Head Start Program, and share the leadership lessons learned by our Grove Farm team.
Coco Palms Torch Lighting Ceremony - A Moʻolelo by Eugene "Onio" Punzal, A story about the short mango tree, and an ono mango bread recipe