Posts Tagged ‘Farm’

Farmers’ descendants are key to agriculture preservation

Farmers work hard. They make sure they provide their children with extensive education to improve their future lives. Then they grow old hoping that their children will continue the farming business. Most children have seen how...


Turkey rescue: more guts than brains?

Ever raise turkeys in your back yard? My mother was a natural in raising animals for food since her parents were farmers all their lives. My grandmother kept a variety of animals for her dinner table – turkeys, ducks, chicken...


Nanakuli-Maile Neighborhood Board schedules meetings for November-December, 2013

The Nanakuli-Maile Neighborhood Board will hold two meetings on Tuesday, November 19, 2013. The regular meeting of the board will be held at Nanaikapono Elementary School Cafeteria, 89-153 Mano Avenue, Waianae, at 7:00-9:30 P.M...


Hawaiian Farmer Mass Death “Holocaust” Site Now Called “Ho’opili”

The largest population on the Island of Oahu – at Honouliuli, a vastly rich one thousand year old ancient farming area, was quickly wiped out by the introduction of Western diseases.This is one of the largest known mass d...



Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board Schedules Meetings in February-March

The Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board  No. 36 will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 19, 2013, 7:00 P.M. at the Nanaikapono Elementary School Cafeteria, 89-153 Mano Avenue. New business on the agenda are these topi...


New Year Wishes For The Leeward Coast

Happy New Year! We all look forward to a new year filled with worry-free days. The leeward coast of Oahu is made up of diverse but unique towns – Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Ko`Olina, Honokai Hale, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, and M...


Death Of A Waianae Valley Taro Patch

There once was a flourishing taro patch up Waianae Valley. Harry George Poe, Senior, cherished his lo’i during the mid-1960’s and raised taro for the market and for his family. During his lifetime the area in the va...