Welcome to the Kauai County Farm Bureau interim site, now in progress.
Affiliated with the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation and the American Farm Bureau, Kauai County Farm Bureau is a grassroots member based non-profit organization of farming families and friends of farmers united for the purpose of analyzing problems and formulating action to ensure the future of agriculture, promoting the well-being of farming and the local economy. Please contact us to find out more about Kauai County Farm Bureau and to join us in supporting Kauai farmers.
News & Announcements
August 19, 2013
Congratulations to our 2013 scholarship recipients!
Seven scholarships were awarded to high school and college students this year by the Kauai County Farm Bureau and Hawaii Tropical Flower & Foliage Association.
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Address: Box 3895, Lihue, HI 96766
Phone / fax: (808) 337-9944
When you become a member of Kauai County Farm Bureau, you are also a member of Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation representing counties statewide.
For more about HFBF, as well as membership information and application, please visit hfbf.org.
- Legislative Farm Bureau is a way that farmers work together on a local, state and national level to highlight and raise issues that are critical to agriculture. For more information on HFBF legislative priorities and work, please visit hfbf.org.
Kauai Grown In cooperation with the County of Kauai, Kauai Grown is our latest program to brand and market Kauai agricultural products, and recognize those retailers and restaurants who support our farmers. For more information, visit kauaigrown.org
Support us weekly at these farmers markets:
Purchase Kauai Grown products at our two weekly farmers markets. More Info »
» Kauai Community Market, Saturdays in Lihue
» Kauai Culinary Market, Wednesdays in Poipu
KCFB scholarships • HTFFA scholarship
Deadline: March 31, 2013
Event Details • Vendor Registration
July 20, 2013 at Wailua Marina Restaurant
RSVP Online • Deadline: July 12, 2013
Sample local foods and ono plate lunches and breakfast items weekly. Plus find out more about growing your own with KCC sustainable agriculture programs.
For featured vendors, special programs and market application, visit kauaicommunitymarket.org.
Held Wednesday afternoons with a "pau hana" atmosphere, the market features Hawaiian music, a weekly cooking demonstration, baked goods by Living Foods market, and a beer and wine garden by Merriman's.
» Download market application
» Visit kukuiula.com for information on Shops at Kukui'ula.