We have several projects that all work together to fulfill our mission. Learn about them below.
Food Trees for Waimanalo
Our first and ongoing project is to bring a full agroforest to the hale of 12 ohana's a year.
Our plants start with the 3 foundational trees - 'Ulu (breadfruit). Maia (Banana) and Niu (Coconut) to that we add papaya, citrus, avocado, and the option of mango, lychee, soursop or other requested trees.
Then we plant edible hedges of Bele, Chaya and Moringa - all super food leaves that just keep growing as you cut them. Vines of lilikoi (passion furit) and uala (sweet potato) and medicinal/culinary garden of olena (turmeric), awapuhi,(ginger), mamaki, ko, (native sugarcaen) , hawaiian chile pepper, and the powerful noni tree.
Please visit our Applicant Page to see if you qualify for this gift - which is made possible by individual and organizational donors.
Waimanalo Farmers Market Outreach
We are excited to announce that through MA Farm's collaboration with the Waimanalo Health Center they are reviving the farmers market to provide fresh produce from MA Farm and other Wqimanalo farms.
Their goal is to provide fresh food at affordable prices through the DaBux program and other subsidized food programs promoting locally grown food.
Well Fed Ohana will conduct and educational outreach at the market to let the community know about Food Trees For Waimanalo projects and share information on the plants, meal plans and cooking classes.