E Kipa Mai!


Mahalo for your interest in visiting the Kaʻala Farm. Kaʻala is a 100-acre nonprofit farm and cultural learning center nestled at the foot of the majestic Mauna Kaʻala, the highest peak on Oʻahu. With open arms Kaʻala invites you to become a part or our learning ‘ohana. At Kaʻala, it is our belief that the restoration and re-presentation of ancestral knowledge is a direct pathway to achieving mauli ola (health and well-being) of both ʻāina (land) and kānaka (people).

If your group/organization is interested in visiting or partnering with Kaʻala Farm, you will find a list of our available programs below.

Mahalo a nui!

Kaʻala Farm Programs

Hoʻokahua Program

Through Kaʻala Farm’s Hoʻokahua Program, audiences will learn about the history of Kaʻala Farm and its large contributions to the Hawaiian cultural movement. The program also serves as an introduction to the value of the traditional Hawaiian land tenure system, and the worldview of Aloha ʻĀina from which it developed.

Hoʻomohala Program

Through Kaʻala Farm’s Hoʻomohala Program, visiting groups have the opportunity to customize their visit experience, and select from a wide array of cultural activities. 

Kūkulu Kumuhana Program

He manaʻo kou? Do you have an idea? Through Kaʻala Farm’s Kūkulu Kumuhana Program, groups and organizations will have the opportunity to propose an idea for a program, project, or event. 

Already Scheduled a Visit?

In preparation for your visit, you may use the following form to upload your organizations required documentation (i.e. Liability Waivers; COVID Vaccination; COVID Test Results; etc).

    To upload more than one file, click "choose files," and select ALL of your documents before uploading.

    We Need Your Help!


    We're looking to expand the learning spaces at Kaʻala Farm. We've added our project blueprint below.

    Any contribution that you can make to this effort will go a long way. Monetary donations provided by you and other individuals and organizations will pay for materials, equipment, transportation, technical assistance, and nourishment for the many volunteers involved in building a safe and spiritual place for generations to come.

    Mahalo to all who have supported us and Aloha ʻĀina