Several Greenpeace representatives came out to the site of our new Natural Farming program Kupa ʻĀina last Tuesday. They witnessed Partners in Development Foundation’s efforts towards sustainability and food security using a blend of Natural Farming practices including indigenous Hawaiian farming techniques.Read More
Natural farming differs from both conventional and organic farming to prevent pollution, erosion, and biodiversity loss through its 5 principles: no tillage, no pruning, no fertilizer, no weeding, no pesticides or herbicides.Read More
South Korean expert to teach sustainable farming methods.
The workshops are presented by Cho Global Natural Farming-USA and sponsored by the Hawaii FFA Foundation, Partners in Development Foundation-Kohala Intergenerational Center, the University of Hawaii College of Tropical Agriculture, Ulupono Initiative and Kamehameha Schools.