Food such as taro, sweet potato, bananas, papaya, lilikoi, noni, mamaki tea, awa root, sugar cane, coconut, mountain apple, and breadfruit are already in the ground and feeding the families that currently work on the land.

Plants such as wauke, uki uki, hau, ti leaf, banana leaf, taro and others are used in our cultural exhibits and demonstrations of Kapa making, colors for dyes, Poi making, cordage for Hale building, and layers of the Imu.



The land is grown and maintained without the use of chemicals, adhering to organic and natural farming methods that are consistent with traditional Hawaiian farming practices.