• ‘Akiapōlā‘au, a Hawaiian honeycreeper endemic to the island of Hawaii can be found in wet forests in our natural resource management areas. Read more on our Natural Resource Management Plan. Read more »

  • Kawailoa Wind, sits on Kamehameha Schools land on O‘ ahu’s North Shore. The 69-megawatt farm can produce enough to power over 14,500 homes with clean, renewable energy and contribute to five to 10 percent of O‘ahu’s total electrical load. Read more »

  • Suzanne Shriner of Lions Gate Farms has been proudly offering Kona coffee since 1993 when she acquired her 10-acre agricultural lease from Kamehameha Schools right in the middle of the Kona coffee belt. Read more »

  • At Kamehameha Schools, we have made a major commitment to steward our lands and natural resources. Through optimizing the balance of educational, cultural, economic, environmental and community returns, we strive to manage our lands in an ethical, prudent, ecologically and culturally appropriate manner to assure such resources are available in perpetuity.

    To achieve this balanced approached, Kamehameha Schools completed its 2009 Strategic Agricultural Plan to provide a vision and framework for the short- and long-term management of our agricultural lands across the state. The plan recognizes the value of promoting local agriculture, an industry ripe with potential to provide reliable food sources, local jobs, and a sustainable future for Hawai‘i.

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Strategic Agricultural Plan

Guided by our 2009 Strategic Agricultural Plan, Kamehameha Schools strives to be an agricultural leader in Hawai‘i and enhance the state’s independence from imported goods and services.
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Supporting Farmers

Partnering with others for a sustainable Hawai‘i.
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Check out the most recent news and events on our lands.

Finalists win rent free farm land and start up funds
February 23, 2014 - KITV.com

Mahi‘ai Match-Up Agricultural Business Plan Contest’s three winners and $50,000 of cash prizes announced
February 22, 2014 - KSBE.edu


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