2021 HFUU Body & Soil Convention
Kohala, Hawai'i | Saturday, August 7th
*Registration will close Friday July 30th
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2021 HFUU Annual Convention
November 11-14, 2021
Hawai'i Taro Farm | Waikapu, Maui
2020 HFUU Annual Convention
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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.
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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
Job Opening – Farm Apprentice Mentoring (FAM) Program Hawaii Farmers Union United Assistant Program Director FAM Assistant Program Director would have experience as a farmer on Maui, and have excellent writing and communication skills, extensive computer and social media skills, strong knowledge of the Hawaii Farmers Union and how to connect FAM program apprentices with…
Dear Farmers and Ranchers, Thank you for taking time to participate in the National Young Farmers Coalition’s 2017 survey, created in partnership with George Washington University. We will use this information to guide our work, craft our next policy platform, and help break down the barriers facing young people looking to enter agriculture. Your responses…
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Secure Your Family Farm for the Future Topics include: • Tax planning • Legal planning • Conflict management • Transition team professionals • Guest speakers: Dale Bonar, Ph.D.; Kyle Caires, Ph.D.; Kristen Spees, Attorney at Law; Kendra Wong, C.P.A.; Bevanne Bowers, Mediator & Attorney at Law, & more
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Aloha HFUU Supporter! The growth of HFUU has been powered by the passions of dozens of members taking voluntary leadership roles; and by both members and non-members (our constituents) who continually engage with their respective chapters to build bonds, share resources and vision a healthy and sustainable food future for Hawai’i. With the recent upgrade…