Lo’i Kalo

Lo'i Kalo, Keanae Maui

Opening Circle HFUU Haleakala Chapter Meeting

Opening Circle HFUU Haleakala Chapter Meeting

Local Organic Wahine Farmer

Local Organic Wahine Farmer

Keanae Maui Lo’i Kalo

Keanae Maui, Lo'i Kalo

Kumulani Farm Crops

Kumulani Organic Farm

HFUU for Local Farmers
2015 HFUU Convention
HFUU 2015 Diamond Sponsors
HFUU 2015 Silver & Platinum Sponsors
HFUU Mural (2015)
HFUU 2015 Bronze Sponsors (1 of 2)
HFUU Bronze Sponsors (2 of 2)
HFUU: It’s All About the Food!

Hawai‘i Farmers Union United

Hawai‘i Farmers Union United (HFUU) is changing the narrative concerning the future of food production in Hawai’i through our growing membership in nine chapters and our presence on legislative committees at both the state and national level.

HFUU represents and advocates for family farmers and ranchers on all of the Hawaiian Islands.

We assert that a multitude of smallholder diversified family farms that implement regenerative techniques in growing and raising our food will create a resilient, vital and productive agricultural system to better feed Hawai‘i’s people.

HFUU is getting ready to launch its premiere online fundraising campaign!
Please contribute as a Sponsor, Contributor, or both!

If you resonate with this, want to join with others to support this movement for increasing Hawai‘i’s ability to feed its people, and be part of the solution to growing more of our food locally, then stand with us to lead that change and empower HFUU throughout the Hawai‘ian Islands.

HFUU advocates for the sovereign right of farmers to create and sustain vibrant and prosperous agricultural communities for the benefit of all Hawai‘i through cooperation, education, and legislation.

HFUU, a state division of the National Farmers Union, is a recognized and respected representative of farmers in Hawai‘i.

We serve as a bridge between farmers and consumers through vibrant, local, community chapters throughout Hawai‘i and empower farmers to earn a prosperous living through regenerative stewardship of our land, water, and communities.

Mahalo (thank you) for your interest! Please explore the rest of our website, join now or renew your membership, or contact us for more information.