Ke Alaula Farms
There is no Agriculture without Culture
Ke Alaula Farms is an active working farm focused on Regenerative farming, Netzero climate & carbon smart commodities, import substitution, food and energy resilience, soil revitalization and Industrial hemp farming & manufacturing.
We are Native Hawaiians who have shown our Aloha to our communities in the form of non-profit work and creating a resilient workforce by educating our youth and engaging our most neediest of community members. We are sharing our mission of aloha and education with our local neighbors and Visitors and teaching them to enjoy Hawaii and to be safe and mindful while visiting.
Vison and Mission of our Farm
Our Mission here at Ke Alaula Farms is first to Regenerate and Rehabilitate fallow lands by using indigenous knowledge of regenerative farming practices, uplift kanaka farmers through partnerships and the introduction of future technologies in agriculture.
Our vision has always been to be good stewards of the land and to create an indigenous agribusiness model in an organic way to educate our youth and invigorate our future farmers of Hawaii.
The key to the success is the collaboration with business, community and non-profit organizations with a focus on thrivability of our food and energy needs in Hawaii and creating a viable Bio-Economy
Ohana Hui Ventures Serves as the parent organization of Ke Alaula Farms. OHV Is focused on uplifting Kanaka Businesses through innovation and technology.
a new Hawaii consortium, created by Hawaiian owned businesses and non-profits will showcase their capabilities, commitment, and collective synergy. Theses Hawaiian companies are Dibshawaii, Ho'oulu Holdings, Ohana Hui Ventures, Pacific Industrial Hemp Alliance (PIHA), Friends of Waimanalo, L. E. I. Foundation, and Hui Ho’olako for Hawaiian initiatives.
We're a small-scale Urban Farm from Kailua, Oahu specializing in Native Hawaiian Mea & Kumu la'au. We were inspired to begin this journey after my father, Grant Wilhelm Enos, had passed. He was a strong believer in Herbal Medicines & La'au Lapa'au. Now that he was gone, we took on the kuleana to care for his plants which helped with healing from the sudden loss. This took me on a path of self discovery, learning about my roots and connecting to my culture via the 'aina. "Lo'i Therapy" is a real remedy to depression, stress & crappy days!
Industrial Hemp Production and Bio Fibers.
Growing Hawaii Poly Foods
Hawaiian Natural Farming Solutions
Utilyzing Hawaiian Traditional Farming to create natural farming inputs and Indigenous Microorganism to replace chenical fertilizers.