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ʻUlu (Breadfruit)

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Tasty 'ulu. What more could you need? Use as a potato substitute or bake, steam, boil, fry, grill or barbecue this delicious staple!

Mohala Farms

Mohala Farms is a 6-acre farm located in Waialua on the North Shore of O'ahu. The farm was started in 2005 with a mission to foster healthy local communities in Hawaii through sustainable agriculture, lifelong education, and cultural & creative arts.

The farm grows a wide variety of trees, plants and herbs for both food and other community uses. ‘Ulu and niu (coconut) are widely dispersed around the farm, along with loulu (fan palm) for thatching hale, gliricidia trees for mulching and compost piles, bamboo and poumuli for building projects and wauke for kapa making. Our fields produce lettuce, collards, kale, swiss chard, parsley, cilantro, beets, radishes, and a host of other foods and herbs that grow well in the Waialua soil.

All food from the farm is grown naturally, without any chemical pesticides or fertilizers. We feed our plants and trees with a constant supply of compost, mulch and ‘green manure’ crops to build up as much healthy, biologically-rich soil as possible. We are constantly adapting and incorporating new ways of growing crops that make the most of the natural resources here on the farm and on the island.

As a non-profit organization, we have trained hundreds of young adults in the full spectrum of farming activities through a live-in work exchange program that was started in 2009.  Local school and community groups regularly come to the farm for field trips and hands-on workdays. And the farm hale is a place of re-learning some of the olden day crafts and hosting community meals and gatherings for a variety of occasions.

Mahalo for your support of local farms and farmers!

Website: http://www.mohalafarms.org

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