2020 HFUU 10th Annual State Convention

Live Online November 12, 13, 14 & 15th!

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NOVEMBER 2nd

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Non-MEMBER Convention Package includes a 1 year individual HFUU membership

Aloha and welcome to the official web portal for Hawai’i Farmers Union United (HFUU) now representing 13 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, or Contact Us.

  • Under the Member menu discover our generous member benefitsjoin 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.
  • 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 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.

Our Work

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Cooperation

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.

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Education

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.

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Legislation

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

2017 National Young Farmers Survey

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | February 26, 2017

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…

Support Tiny House Legislation – House Bill (HB2)

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | February 26, 2017

Tiny Houses are capturing the imagination as a creative solution to Hawaii’s affordable housing crisis. State Representative Cindy Evans has a pivotal new House Bill (HB2) on the floor that has passed review by both the Agriculture and Judiciary Committees and is now heading for a vote on the floor of the House of Representatives…

Traditions-To-Transitions

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | January 16, 2017

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

AmazonSmile Program Gives .5% to HFUF For Each Purchase

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | January 15, 2017

What is AmazonSmile? AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Hawaii Farmers Union every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to Hawaii Farmers Union. How do I shop at AmazonSmile? To shop at AmazonSmile simply…

Asian Medicinal Plants Workshop on Maui, Jan. 27-29

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | January 15, 2017

Ulupono Initiative: Multi-Island "Farmer Listening Sessions"

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | November 21, 2016

Ulupono Initiative is organizing small gatherings in agricultural production “hot spots” within each County over the next couple of weeks to listen, learn, and brainstorm solutions to Hawaii’s many challenging food issues. In an effort to improve our current local food production metrics and better understand the constraints in the system that make expansion challenging,…

2016 HFUU Membership Survey (for active members)

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | August 28, 2016

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…

Press Release: Korean Natural Farming Workshop on Maui, Aug. 20-21, 2016

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | July 29, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Lehia Apana Secretary, HFUU Mauna Kahalawai chapter (808) 269-2167 lehia.apana@gmail.com KOREAN NATURAL FARMING WORKSHOP TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND LOW-COST METHODS (WAIKAPŪ, HAWAIʻI) — The Hawaiʻi Farmers Union United, Hawaiʻi Farmers Union Foundation, and the State of Hawaii Department of Agriculture will present a two-day Korean Natural Farming workshop from…

Food Security & Papahanaumokuakea Marine Natl. Monument

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | July 28, 2016

TUNE IN Tomorrow where HFUU Policy Chair, Jessica Wooley, will talk about issues such as food security and the proposal to expand Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument on the Maui Breakfast Club broadcast: Friday 7/29 following the 7:00 a.m. CBS Morning News on KAOI 1110 AM, 96.7 FM, 96.5 FM on the Westside and on the Internet at kaoi1110.com. Here…

Managing Your HFUUHI.org Account

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | July 16, 2016

If you’ve already been receiving newsletters from Hawai’i Farmers Union United, your contact information is already in HFUU’s database.  Following the link that was emailed to you, this is what you would see on your smartphone. Enter the email address associated with your account, then press “Send Recovery Email.” Our database will immediately recognize you…