Pilialoha Farms was founded in January of 2014 with 22 acres along Pāheʻeheʻe stream and a vision of being a place of learning, healing, and growth for people and plants.  We are committed to being a community space for ʻIke ʻŌiwi (Native Hawaiian cultural knowledge) and complementary knowledge that furthers the well-being of individuals and our community.  

At the farm, we grow medicinal and edible plants, including wetland kalo, prepare ʻōiwi foods and other products made from traditional plants such as poi, ʻulu flour, and kūlolo, produce herbal medicines, and hosts a variety of educational workshops, retreats, seminars, and workdays.  

Would you like to have a event at the farm or just want to come visit?  Interested in ordering poi, flour, or other products?  Contact us - we would love to hear from you!