Hawaiʻi Institute of Pacific Agriculture

Aina Fest 2017

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Support HIP Agriculture

Give any amount to support HiP Agriculture. All donations support youth education, farmer training, and community events and workshops, in addition to developing infrastructure and growing our organization's capacity.

Support Youth Education

By giving to one of our youth education programs, you are contributing to educating the next generation of land stewards. 
  • Your gift of $10 enables a local student to visit the farm, learn about permaculture principles, and enjoy a farm fresh snack or meal. 
  • Your gift of $250 supports an entire class field trip to the land. 
  • At the $500 level, you make it possible for a middle school class to enjoy a camp-out, where they explore the land, guided by our co-director and permaculture educator, Dash Kuhr.
  • Giving $2,000 provides a full scholarship for one student in our Living Farm Internship Program.

Become a Sustaining Supporter

Your monthly donation provides crucial support for our growing organization.
  • At the Ohana level, your monthly gift will support the operating needs of our organization.
  • Your gift of $250 supports an entire class field trip to the land. 
  • At the Kahuna level, your monthly gift supports providing seeds, sickles, and tools for our programming.
  • At the Ali'i level, your monthly support is essential in supporting the infrastructure of our organization.
As a token of our gratitude, all sustaining supporters will receive HiP Ag swag (t-shirt, value-added items, or a gift basket of island plant medicine)!

HAWI FARMERS MARKET

Saturdays, from 8 am - 1 pm under the Banyan Tree!

Locally Sourced, Non-GMO, Organic

The HIP Ag Farm vends weekly at the Hawi Farmers Market, under the Banyan Tree in downtown Hawi. Visit us there on Saturdays from 8 am - 1 pm, where we bring a variety of vegetables, polynesian crops (bananas, plantains, coconuts), medicines (turmeric, ashwagandha), and macadamia nuts (in the Fall season), in addition to seasonal farm fresh baked goods and homemade chai tea.

To practice and teach ecologically conscious agriculture, empowering individuals and communities to cultivate alternative systems of living that restore human and environmental health.

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