• 11/9/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    Highlights of the 2016 HFB convention Part 1

    So much camaraderie, so many thoughtful insights…. Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell: “Since little kid days, I’ve been a strong proponent of farming and ranching. That’s why I get

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  • 11/1/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    AFB President Zippy Duvall on farming as a brotherhood

    As a third-generation Georgia dairy farmer — an occupation he likened to “riding a freight train” — and president of the American Farm Bureau, Zippy Duvall is intimately

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  • 10/31/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    EAT THINK DRINK: “Dirt To Plate”

    Honolulu, Hawaiʻi – The Hawaiʻi Agricultural Foundation (HAF) has gathered a diverse group of chefs, farmers, food suppliers and policy makers for the inaugural launch of EAT THINK

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  • 10/31/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    2016 Hawaii Farm Bureau Convention Highlights

      Brian Miyamoto, executive director of the Hawaii Farm Bureau, discusses the highlights of the 2016 convention, increasing food production and challenges facing Island farmers in a thoughtful

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  • 10/18/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    2016 Hawaii Water Reuse Conference

    2016 HWEA/ AWWA Hawaii Water Reuse Conference Theme: “Hawaii’s Solutions to expanding reuse of recycled water and making it work!” Date: December 1 & 2, 2016 Location: Aqua

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  • 10/18/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    Governor talks ag with Maui farmers

    While on Maui for the Maui Fair and a town hall meeting, Gov. David Ige continued to express interest in agriculture by requesting meetings with local farmers. Maui

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  • 10/18/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    PAL and Papayas

    Click on the link below to view the article: spokesman-fall-2016-1

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  • 10/12/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    Small users trapped in water permit net

      Photo of Jerry Ornellas As the state Department of Land and Natural Resources responds to a court order that invalidated the way it handles revocable permits, some

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  • 10/10/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    Fighting invasive pests

    Hawaii macadamia nut farmers may be getting some help from the federal government in their fight against the destructive macadamia felted coccid (MFC). The MFC, an insect native

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  • 10/6/16 - Blog, Newsroom

    West Oahu Soil and Water Conservation District Photo Contest

    Details: 20 winners will be selected in November and featured in the 2017 West Oahu Calendar and the West Oahu 2016 Ag update, “The Dirt”. All winners will

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