Hawaii Organic Marketplace
The Organic Marketplace includes certified organic and sustainably grown food and products, and the farms, processors, retailers and suppliers throughout the Hawaiian Islands that provide them.
If you have a suggestion for a resource to add or if you would like us to list your farm or business, please contact us.
Listing as a Certified Producer on this site is no substitute for a valid, dated, organic certificate
Categories - Certified
- Processors & Handlers
- ICS - International Certification Services
- CCOF - California Certified Organic Farmers
- OCI - Organic Certification Inc.
- OTCO - Oregon Tilth Certified Organic
- QAI - Quality Assurance International
Categories - Non-Certified
- Farmers Market
- Freight Services
- Health Services
- Small Farm - Non-certified producers who affirm organic practices.
News / Events
"Grow Organic: A One Day Hands-on Organic Event" brought to you by HOFA and Sponsored by Down to Earth Organic & NaturalFebruary 8, 2014
"Grow Organic: A One Day Hands-on Organic Event" where participants get to spend the morning out in the field learning from Master Gardener, Jon Biloon and listen to his informative seminar later in the day. Enjoy a delicious lunch by Down to Earth Organic & Natural. Hear from Representative Wooley regarding agricultural issues in Hawaii and the positive impact that small organic farms and local food systems can play in our everyday lives. Engage in a “Seed & Plant Exchange.” Join HOFA’s visioning general membership meeting.
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8:15 am - 9:00 am: Registration, meet 'n Greet
9:00 am - 9:15 am: Opening Pule
9:15 am - 9:30 am: Overview of the Day, Opening Remarks (Mark Fergusson HOFA President)
9:30 am - 11:30 am: Papaya Workshop led by master farmer, Jon Biloon from Hawaii Island. This will be hands-on in the field with participants learning by doing. Consider bringing tools for the workshop (shovel, pick, rake, hand tools, buckets). Be prepared to get your hands dirty. It could be wet. Insect repellent is advisable.
- Soil preparation;
- Planting techniques;
- Sowing ground cover crop (to prevent aphids);
- Fertilizing with humic acid;
- Preventing GMO pollen contamination.
Noon - 1 pm: Catered Lunch provided by Down to Earth
12:30 pm: Keynote address by Representative Jessica Wooley, Head of the House Agriculture Committee Wooley
1 pm – 2:00 pm: Meet the vendors, trade tables, networking
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm: From Soil to Seed (seminar with Jon Biloon)
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm: Seed & Plant Exchange (please bring seedlings, cuttings, seeds)
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Organic Industry Meeting (open to all)
- HOFA Annual General Meeting
- Organic industry needs & 2014 planning
- Closing thoughts & next steps
THOUSANDS OF KAUAI RESIDENTS TO MARCH IN SUPPORT OF BILL 2491September 3, 2013 - September 14, 2013
Controversy about GM crops has a silver liningJuly 7, 2013