Hawai‘i Island CSAs

South Kohala

CSA: Ka‘Ohi Nani Farm  We have been farming organically in Hawai‘i for over 25 years. This is our second season as your CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farm. 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. We deliver in Waimea and the surrounding areas. Our mission is to produce and distribute 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 are on FB. Thank you, Steve and Lark Willey, Waimea – 885-1950

South Hilo

CSA:  Island Goode’s, 27-2365 Hwy 19 Papa‘ikou, CSA season from May to October.  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 Thursdays from 9am to 3pm. If you are not in our delivery area, you can pick up at the Island Goode’s farm on Thursday afternoon from 2pm -5pm. Please sign up with payment one month prior to the beginning of your selected CSA season or seasons. We are starting out with 20 members and will expand membership as we grow.  Contact us by email or call 808-964-2291.

CSA: Big Island Farm Fresh Foods (BIFFF)   Basic Box $20/week, Deluxe Box $40/week. Order before Monday at 6 pm. Deliveries on Thursdays to Hilo, Kea’au and Pahoa. Brittany and Bodhi Anderson, email: bigislandfarmfreshfoods@gmail.com; Web: www.bigislandfarmfreshfoods.com; Facebook: www.facebook.com/BigIslandFarmFreshFoods


CSA: Ginger Ridge Farm  18389 Volcano Hwy, Mountain View. Certified Organic. Pickup every Sunday from 12-3 pm. We recommend a 6-month commitment. Minimum membership is 1 month with 1 pick-up per week. Trial membership $100/month. Payments due at the first pick-up day of the membership period by cash, check or credit card. Howard James (968 7622) organicfarming2005@yahoo.com – http://www.localharvest.org/farms/M17758

CSA: Punachicks Farm  We have 6 acres of pasture in Keaau where we raise organic pastured broiler (meat) chickens for the Big Island community. We are trying to fulfill a need that we saw for more local, wholesome alternatives to factory farmed supermarket chicken.  Our chickens are raised in small groups in portable pens that are moved daily to fresh pasture, so that they can enjoy green grass, bugs, fresh air, and sunshine. We use only certified organic feed to supplement what they get on the pasture.  We believe this is a much better model than that used on confinement “factory farms”, including “big organic” brands available in the supermarket. Our chickens are slaughtered respectfully and carefully hand processed, which produces a very high quality product. The chickens are available on a consistent basis (twice a month) and can be pre-ordered and picked up at the farm on processing days.  One taste and you’ll be hooked! Please visit our website www.punachicksfarm.com  to use our online order form, or email punachicksfarm@yahoo.com

North Kona

CSA: Adaptations Inc, 79-7500 Mamalahoa Hwy, Kealakekua   Certified organic. Choose between the basic feast and the gourmet feast. Members pick up their shares at a choice of four drop points: Kealakekua, Kailua-Kona (2), or Waimea. The basic feast contains mostly raw salad items – lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, and a small amount of veggies. The gourmet feast is all that plus more veggies and tropical fruit. Everything is 100% locally grown. We have our own farm in Honaunau and we consolidate harvests from about 30 farmers and gardeners for weekly distribution through Fresh Feast and daily distribution to restaurants and limited stores. Maureen Datta (324-6600)  adaptations@igc.org; http://www.localharvest.org/farms/M7013