Field Trip: Visiting an odorless piggery in Mountain View

We had pretty high expectations. Michael DuPonte (APL Class VI), the extension agent for the University of Hawai‘i’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), could barely contain his excitement over today’s visit to a nearby piggery that utilizes a Korean-based method of managing animal waste. A method that resulted in an odorless piggery. … Read more

5 things we learned from Hawai‘i Island farms

A big and important — and let’s be honest, fun — part of these seminars is visiting farms, ranches and food producers on the various islands and meeting the visionaries behind these successful businesses. We were fortunate to have the opportunity yesterday to talk story with leaders in agriculture on Hawai‘i Island — and glean from them important … Read more

Lessons in leadership

We are all here for different reasons. Some of us work in the agriculture sector in some form. Some manage natural resources or promote sustainable energy sources. And others — like me — work somewhere in the periphery. But we all have something in common: a desire to better understand the issues surrounding Hawai‘i’s agriculture in … Read more

We’d Love to Hear From You!

Call Us:

Write to Us:

Agricultural Leadership Foundation of Hawai‘i
P. O. Box 342066
Kailua, HI 96734