Flavor of Hawaii Farm Tours and Farm Direct Partners

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WELCOME! Flavor of Hawaii is a rural economic development agriculture program sponsored by the One Island sustainable living center. From our centers in South Kona and Kapa’au on the Big Island of Hawaii, we offer farm tours, tasting room experiences, hands-on make-it-yourself workshops, and provide a directory to exciting agriculture based experiences island-wide. Slow  Food? Locavore? Foodie traveler? Come Walk the Talk!

There is an agricultural renaissance blossoming on the Big Island of Hawaii. From coffee to cacao, vanilla to honey, small farms and restaurants are bringing fabulous healthy foods to our plates and great products to your shelves.  

Explore. Experience. Enjoy!

The One Island nature farm, home to Flavor of Hawaii, is in an ocean view old-style Hawaiian fruit and coffee belt neighborhood. Situated at an ideal 850-900’ elevation this lush tropical belt allows a diversity of tropical, exotic and subtropical crops to be grown. We will soon begin welcoming visitors for part and full day, one week, and special symposium learning experiences.

Our organization’s work focuses on demonstrating safe, healthy, secure local food production techniques that better feed the island while protecting our soil, water, and local wildlife. We proactively include diversified organic, permaculture, open field, greenhouse, and wild pollinator practices in our operation and experiment with new soil, water, and renewable energy systems.

What we accomplish locally is tied-in to an accelerating global  community of sustainable agriculture systems that demonstrate feasible ways to improve regional food supplies by lowering food production and delivery costs while strengthening food health and secure availability.


It’s all about thinking wisely –

About our own health today,

And the earth’s tomorrow.

Support our Great Local Farmers and

Non-profit Partners –

and create your own Home Garden

where ever you live!


Click Below to Connect with Rural  Farms and Farmers

pineappleKona Coffee Farmers Association

Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers

Hawaii Organic Farmers Association

Hawaii Agtourism Association

Kona Farmers Alliance

cacao4Hawaii Cacao Growers

South Kona Green Market

Amy B Greenwell Ethnobotanic Garden

12 Trees Project

Know Your Farmer Alliance

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