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HFB Office

(808) 848-2074

 

Mailing Address
PO Box 253
Kunia, HI 96759

 

Physical Address
92-1770 Kunia Rd
Kunia, HI 96759

Board of Directors + Staff Directory

Board of Directors

Officers

    • President: Randy Cabral

    • Vice President: Johnny Gordines

    • Treasurer: Larry Jefts

    • Secretary: SHYLOH STAFFORD-JONES

 

County Directors

      • HĀmĀkua County Farm Bureau: Lorie Farrell

      • Hilo County Farm Bureau: AILEEN YEH

      • KaʻŪ County Farm Bureau: Phil Becker

      • Kauaʻi County Farm Bureau: LAURIE HO

      • KŌhala County Farm Bureau: Reggie Hasegawa

      • Kona County Farm Bureau: VHEISSU KEFFER

      • Maui County Farm Bureau: KYLE CAIRES

      • Molokaʻi County Farm Bureau: Nathaniel Oswald

      • East Oʻahu County Farm Bureau: Myrone Murakami

      • South Oʻahu County Farm Bureau: NICOLE GALASE

      • West Oʻahu County Farm Bureau: Dina Chuensanguansat

Staff Directory

Board OF DIRECTORS

Officers

 

President: Randy Cabral

 

Vice President: Johnny Gordines

 

Treasurer: Larry Jefts

 

Secretary: SHYLOH STAFFORD-JONES

 

County Directors

 

HĀmĀkua County Farm Bureau: Lorie Farrell

 

Hilo County Farm Bureau: AILEEN YEH

 

KaʻŪ County Farm Bureau: Phil Becker

 

Kauaʻi County Farm Bureau: LAURIE HO

 

KŌhala County Farm Bureau: Reggie Hasegawa

 

Kona County Farm Bureau: VHEISSU KEFFER

 

Maui County Farm Bureau: KYLE CAIRES

 

Molokaʻi County Farm Bureau: Nathaniel Oswald

 

East Oʻahu County Farm Bureau: Myrone Murakami

 

South Oʻahu County Farm Bureau: NICOLE GALASE

 

West Oʻahu County Farm Bureau: Dina Chuensanguansat

Staff Directory

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In observance of Thanksgiving Day, both the Hawaii Farm Bureau's State Office and our Thursday evening Kailua Farmers' Market will be closed. All other farmers' markets (KCC Farmers' Market, Mililani Farmers' Market, and Honolulu Farmers' Market) will remain open.
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