2021 Oahu Mini-Convention
Waianae, Oahu | Postphoned due to COVID-19

New date will be posted as soon as we have confirmed details. 

MAHALO NUI to our sponsors!

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  • Cover Crop Demonstration

  • Mindfulness

  • Farm Tours

  • Local Meals 

  • Tea Panel...& More! 

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2021 HFUU Annual Convention
November 3-6, 2021
Location TBA

Hele Mai to this field of dreams at Hawaii Taro Farm in Waikapu, Maui in partnership with HFUU, which will be physically holding our 11th annual convention November 11-14. 
 
This space being held will have the grass mowed and mulched, with a network of tents and venues there to provide expert presentations in educational outreach, along with many networking opportunities for leaders, producers, and consumers alike, from across our islands, celebrating local agriculture as it is and needs to evolve, providing the best food possible for the people of Hawaii Nei.
 
 This event will showcase numerous tracks of what makes up a whole system of agriculture from soil health, nutrient cycling, cropping systems of fruits and veggies, specialty crops as in hemp, coffee, tea production along with food hub distribution network, value added products, work force development, physical and mental health support and so much more.  
 
Guiding our way forward with an intention to support of our family of farmers in making a living at agriculture, while having all of the infrastructural support needed in the development of a resilient and sustainable whole system of agriculture throughout Hawaii Nei.
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Bobby Pahia Hawaii Taro Farm, Vincent Mina, President of HFUU, meeting with Rich Donavan of Theatrix who will be supplying state of the art audio visual infrastructure for our upcoming 11th annual convention November 2021.

2020 HFUU Annual Convention
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Click the 2020 HFUU Convention Members Business Meeting and Election Minutes ~ Draft link below to view and download a pdf.

2020 HFUU Convention Minutes ~ Draft

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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

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…

HFUU President's Report, July 2016

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | July 11, 2016

Aloha all! This past May, thirty-five of our leaders across the islands gathered for a weekend in Ka’u, Hawaii Island at the hundred-year-old house of the former manager of Ka’u sugar plantation. This annual HFUU strategic planning session included representatives from all nine chapters, HFU Foundation 501c-3 board members and committee chairs. Senator Gabbard, Sen.…

Hawai’i Farmers Union United Has New Look & Functionality

By hfuu@hfuuhi.org | June 8, 2016

After five years of steady growth, along with the usual twists and turns experienced by all upstart endeavors, Hawai’i Farmers Union United (HFUU) is launching a new communications platform. NeonCRM (customer relations management) is a top rated system used by leading non-profits and political campaigns to keep their constituents, customers and/or members engaged in the…

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