Hawai’i Tea Society is dedicated to the development of the tea industry and tea culture in Hawai’i by providing training, outreach, education and services to all members of our community – from tea farmers to tea enthusiasts.
Hawaii Farm Bureau is connecting farmers with retailers, direct-to-consumer markets, online marketplace and delivery networks, and our own purchase and distribution programs, to help Hawaii producers stay in business and continue to feed our communities. For more information about our programs, please click here.
Offers services to new and existing agribusinesses. Provides assistance in business management, financial management, marketing, and technical farming. For more information and to apply, click here. Also able to provide consulting services for farmers/ranchers to market their businesses on platforms such as social media.
The Agricultural Leadership Foundation of Hawaii is here for the agricultural community during this difficult time. If you need support please reach out and we will do our best to connect you with local resources that can help.
KCFA is an organization of small coffee farmers, chartered to support the Kona coffee growers community and to promote and protect 100% Kona coffee. Provides events, resources, and advocacy for members.
Slow Food is a a national member-supported volunteer-run educational non-profit organization that advocates for renewed interest in and support for our local food culture. Their website maintains a list of farmers markets and CSAs.
Offering to work through any impacts you are experiencing due to COVID-19. To report impacts, click here. Visit the website for answers to import and export questions and changes to livestock shipping procedures.
Innovate Hawaii assists manufacturers looking to improve their business and are willing to invest time and resources to grow their company. They also administer the Manufacturing Assistance Program Grant and the Hawaii Small Business Innovation Research Grant.
Offers several financial capitalization services including grant and loan application assistance and help to cooperatives developing their seed capital through equity shares and attracting preferred stock investors. To contact them for technical assistance, download their intake form here. To read their business resources page, click here.