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Big Island CSA

Big Island CSA

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CSA is a community buy-in to local agriculture which provides a share of local crops to community supporters. Backers of CSA receive mixed boxes of current local harvests at specified intervals throughout the year. CSA is a great way to eat local and support your local agricultural community.

Island Wide

Adaptations, Inc.

79-7500 Mamalahoa Hwy, Kealakekua
324-6600
Contact: Maureen Datta
adaptations@igc.org
Website
Subscribe Online Here  

Island-wide drop points and subscription customization options include weekly or bi-weekly distribution. 100% locally grown and certified organic produce from up to 30 local farms. Three box levels: Basic Box, Gourmet Box and Custom Box, allowing you to choose your own produce.

  • Weekly or Bi-Weekly Service
  • Three box options
  • Certified Organic
  • Numerous Island-wide Pick up Locations

The Food Basket

79-1016A East Honalo Rd, Kailua-Kona
40 Holomua St., Hilo
808-933-6030
Website
Subscribe Online Here 

The Food Basket ihas introduced an island-wide fresh produce program for all residents of Hawaii. Utilizing our existing distribution network, 8-12 pounds of fresh, local produce will be delivered to a site near you for a ten week period.  With all of our consumers paying in advance, farmers improve their cash flow, minimal waste is purchased, and we can offer all residents a very competitive price. Participation in this program also goes to support needy families in the community.

  • Weekly Service
  • Numerous Island-wide Pick up Locations

Kohala

Ka’Ohi Nani Farm

P.O. Box 7111, Waimea
808-885-1950
Contact: Steve and Lark Willey
kaohinanifarm@gmail.com

Our mission is to produce and distrbute fresh, organic produce while serving as a sustainable and social network for our surrounding community. We hope to achieve this mission through our CSA, farm tours, local restaurants, feeding the homeless with our angel boxes and other community connections. Our goals at Ka ‘Ohi Nani farm are to produce fresh, healthy foods for our local community, provide a quality of life for the farmers and workers, and sustain economic viability for our farm with care and respect for natures diversity.

We have been farming organically in Hawaii for over 25 years. We offer a variety of organic vegetables, eggs, artisan breads, and much more. Weekly newsletters, recipes, complimentary flowers and herbs delivered right to your home or business. Our goals at Ka ‘Ohi Nani farm are to produce fresh, healthy foods for our local community, provide a quality of life for the farmers and workers, and sustain economic viability for our farm with care and respect for natures diversity.

  • Weekly Service
  • Delivery to Waimea area

Hilo

Island Goode’s

27-2365 Hwy 19, Papa‘ikou
808-964-2291
Laura or Gavin Goode
Local Harvest Page

We provide fresh picked produce using organic practices. These are some of the items you may find in your box: lettuces, spinach, kale, Swiss chard, beets, radishes, carrots, potatoes, asparagus, sweet white corn, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, squash, snap peas, snow peas, onions, string beans, wax beans, pac choy, boc choy, daikon radish, basil, oregano, papaya, passion fruit, oranges, lemons, limes, avocados, bananas and more. Everything is grown on our farm. We provide delivery to your home or business in the Downtown/Hilo area on Wednesdays from 9am to 3pm. If you are not in our delivery area, you can pick up at the Island Goode’s farm on Tuesday afternoon. Please sign up with payment one month prior to the beginning of your selected CSA season or seasons.

  • Weekly Service
  • CSA season from May to October
  • Delivery to Hilo or Pick up at the farm near Hilo

Learn More

For a great list of Big Island Farmer’s Markets and CSAs please visit Hawaii Homegrown Network.

Find local CSAs around the country at Local Harvest

Slow Food Hawaii has a great list of other resources for locally produced food

 

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