E kōkua mai!
Would you like to help?
Kaʻala Farm, Inc. KFI is a non-profit organization that provides cultural and environmental educational programs in the upper Waiʻanae valley for school children, families, and interested groups. The organization grew out of a community vision firmly rooted in the large cultural kīpuka that is Waiʻanae and has dedicated over 30 years to creating additional kīpuka – places where our ancestral knowledge lives on through youth, where thriving ahupuaʻa are living examples of healthy, maintained watersheds, and where our Hawaiian traditions are carried forth in a way that makes our people and our communities strong.
Our mission is to reclaim and preserve the living culture of the Poʻe Kahiko (people of old) in order to strengthen the kinship relationships between the ʻāina (land, that which nourishes) and all forms of life necessary to sustain the balance of life on these vulnerable islands.
But we need your help!
Maintaining the farm is a constant struggle, and with limited staff and resources, we greatly rely on volunteer support to keep the farm up and running.
Please help us to maintain this cultural kīpuka so that it can continue to serve our community for generations to come!