Kauaʻi Community Seed Bank
Kauaʻi Food Forest
Agroforestry & Plant Use Training
Bioremediation of Soil
Working with large scale agriculture ~
partnering with Dept. of Ag., Univ. of Hawaii, Agribusiness Development Corporation
Water use planning
Supporting commercial agriculture through sharing bio-remediation practices & finding collaborative strategies
Exploration for export crops and markets
Regenerative agriculture is essential to sustainability. There are vibrant organic and permaculture projects springing up all over the northeast side of Kauaʻi from Kapahi to Haena. Small family farms, strengthened by collaboration and non-profit groups, are returning Kauai toward self-sufficiency. Restaurants and farmers markets are helping to build the business. Hunting is an important part of maintaining the watersheds as our wild pig and goat populations are too high. Responsible fishing is part of our natural provision. Kauai is having noticeable success from training programs to farmlands becoming available to the creating of island adapted seeds and sharing of plants to farmers' markets.
Creating Viable Food Production for Kaua`i in the Modern Economy
Neighborhood agriculture to again be the norm in communities
Strengthen Kauai's branding of an abundant Garden Isle
Encourage edible landscaping in public places
Strengthen gleaning programs that facilitate the distribution of food
Database package to facilitate farm to restaurant availability of produce
training the palates to enjoy food crops that thrive in Hawaii
Cooperative farming to create large enough volumes for export of viable crops such as papayas and turmeric
Currently, the biggest challenges are
Prohition on farm worker housing
Food Safety Modernization Act is not well-designed for small scale organic food production
The high cost of land makes large scale food production difficult to be economically viable.
Reclaiming land that has toxicity from legacy chemicals
Obstacles in providing wild meats to the people
provides the Seed of Resilient Agriculture
Sustainable agriculture begins with healthy living soil and island-adapted food crops that grow vibrantly within the ambient climate and rainfall.
Regenerations is positioned to host collaborative partnerships with a range of organizations to provide truly regenerative agriculture from seed to table to tummy.
Our organization has blossomed and is growing into fruition.
Encouraging a return to neighborhood food production, as was the norm in generations past, with edible landscaping in every Yarden possible.
Tasting Kauai invites residents and visitors on a culinary romp through paradise.
Tasting Kaua'i - Restaurants is a guide for food trucks to fine dining.
Kauaʻi Farmers Markets & Commercial Kitchens
Waipa Commercial Kitchen
Anaina Hou in Kilauea - next to the Kilauea Mini Golf 4:00 – Dusk
Koloa Knudsen Ball Park – Maluhia Road in Koloa12:00 pm
Lihue Kmart Parking Lot – Pikake Street 3:00 pm
Kalaheo Neighborhood Center – Papalina Road off Kaumalii Hwy 3:30pm
Waipa – North of Hanalei Town – Kuhio Hwy 2:00 pm
Kapaa Ball Park – Kahau and Olohena Road 3:00 pm
Kealia Farm 3:00 – 7:00 pm
Kukuiula Shopping Center – Poipu Road 4:00 pm
Kilauea Neighborhood Center – Keneke Rd off Kilauea Lighthouse Road 4:30pm
Hanapepe Park in Old Hanapepe Town Puolo Road Hanapepe 3:00pm
Vidinha Stadium – Hoolaka Road Lihue 3:00 pm
Kealia Farms 3:00 – 7:00
Hanalei Farmers Market – Community Center – Kuhio Hwy in Hanalei Town 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Kauai Community College – Kuhio Hwy in Puhi 9:30 am
Coconut Market Place in Kapaa – Kuhio Hwy Kapaa12:00 pm
Kekaha Neighborhood Center – Elepaio Road 9:00 am
Kilauea – @Kilauea Mini Golf -5-2723 Kuhio Hwy, Kilauea 9:00-1:00