We Support Family Farmers
We assert that a multitude of smallholder diversified family farms that implement
regenerative eco-logical techniques, in growing and raising our food, will create a resilient,
vital and productive agricultural system to better feed the people of Hawai‘i
Aloha and welcome to the official web portal for Hawai’i Farmers Union United (HFUU) now representing 10 regional chapters. HFUU (est. 2010) is the fastest growing state chapter within the National Farmers Union (est. 1902). Meet our Leadership, review our bylaws, policies, 5-Point Strategy or Contact Us. Under the Membership menu discover our generous member benefits, join, renew your membership or make a tax deductible donation through the HFU Foundation. Click Chapters to learn more and see if there is one in your area. Add our Events to your calendar and register for upcoming workshops and educational opportunities. You can find press releases along with HFUU presidents and committee reports on our blog. To update your preferences for how you wish to receive news and announcements or to create an account, Login. The local food movement and future generations need your participation to make Hawai’i food secure and self sustaining. Mahalo.
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 represents and advocates for family farmers and ranchers on all of the Hawaiian Islands. Our members represent: Farm Owners, Foodies, Farmer / Operators, Ranchers, Gardeners, Perma-culturists, Cultural practitioners, Landscapers, and Suppliers & Business that are part of the local food chain.
HFUU and NFU (National Farmers Union) membership offers educational opportunities for youth and adults at local, state and national levels; an On-Farm Mentoring (FAM) Program in Hawaii, Internship Program in Washington, D.C., and many others.
The HFUU Legislative Committee participates collaboratively with the Policy Committee, coalitions, organizations, and agencies to articulate, promote and work to establish legislation and policies that align with the mission and vision of the HFUU.