Are you a farmer, gardener, foodie, or lover of local foods & farms?
Aloha and welcome to the official web portal for Hawai’i Farmers Union United (HFUU) now representing 15 regional chapters across 6 Hawaiian islands. HFUU (est. 2010) is the fastest growing state chapter within the National Farmers Union (est. 1902). Meet our Leadership, review our bylaws, policies, or contact us.
- Under the Member menu discover our generous member benefits, join or renew your membership.
- Use the pulldown under chapters to learn more Hawai'i's unique agricultural regions and see if there is a chapter in your area.
- Make sure you are subscribed to our Email Newsletter so that you receive updates about HFUU, ag related events and opportunities, and upcoming chapter meetings in your area.
- You can find press releases along with HFUU presidents and committee reports on our blog. To control your profile and preferences and subscribe to newsletters create an account, Login.
- Creating a local food movement for now and future generations requires participation as a producer and consumer in making Hawai’i food secure and self sustaining. If you value our mission, tax deductible donations are accepted through the HFU Foundation. Mahalo nui loa.
HFUU Music & Speaker Series
The Hawaii Farmers Union United has been putting together some of the best musical artists and expert speakers in a variety of agricultural related talks.
HFUU represents and advocates for family farmers and ranchers on all of the Hawaiian Islands. Our members represent: Farm Owners/Operators, Foodies, Ranchers, Gardeners, Perma-culturalists, Cultural practitioners, Landscapers, and Suppliers & Businesses 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 HFUU.
Blog: Union Statewide News and Updates
Our annual convention this year was a success! Although it was virtual, we had over 600 registrants sign up and enjoy our convention content. We decided this year to have a donation-only event, so lucky for you the content is now all available for FREE on our Youtube channel. Check out the schedule below to…
HAWAI’I FARMERS UNION UNITED AMMENDED NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING DECEMBER 12, 2021 TO VOTE ON ELECTION OF THE VICE PRESIDENT, ADOPTION OF ANY POLICIES AND BYLAW AMENDMENTS AND SUCH OTHER MATTERS THAT MAY PROPERLY COME BEFORE THE CONVENTION Hawai’i Farmers Union United (HFUU) is organized as a nonprofit corporation under the Hawai’i Nonprofit Corporations Act,…
Maui’s agricultural future is now. Maui, HI.: The Hawaii Farmers Union United is excited to announce applications are now being accepted for the Farm Apprentice Mentoring (FAM) programs’ 7th cohort! Led by the dynamic team of Sara Gilligan, Outreach and FAM Program Director, and Makenna Anderson, Outreach and Program Coordinator. Sara brings over 20 years…
For Immediate Release: August 13, 2021 Contact: Brynn Foster Bfoster@voyagingfoods.com Hawaii Farmers Union Executive Board Meet To Integrate Wellness Into Annual Strategy For 2021-2022 Kohala, Hawaii – Hawaii Farmers Union executive board members held their annual strategy meetings at Starseed Ranch on the Big Island this week and are committed to incorporating wellness and mental…
Join Us for this week’s – HFUU 10th Annual State Convention, and check out this featured article in the Honolulu Civil Beat.
Aloha HFUU ‘Ohana! Enjoy this article and story shared by HFUU State President, Vincent Mina, that came out today in the Honolulu Civil Beat. And, if you haven’t registered for the convention yet, there’s still time, as the Convention begins this Thursday, November 12 – 15. Honolulu Civil Beat Article: Regeneration Is What We All…
HFUF was awarded $8,500 for small grants of $500 to farm families impacted by Covid-19. In collaboration with the Kohala Center and HFUU Chapters, these grants will be selected by July 31st. Farmers will need to apply for these grants which are due on July 28th. Download the criteria and information Download the application Farm…