Want Hawaii To Be Less Dependent On Imported Food? Change Your Diet
Hawaii will never be a big producer of wheat or rice, but there are plenty of homegrown alternatives.
Hawaii’s Food System Is Broken. Now Is The Time To Fix It
The pandemic has exposed a critical need for Hawaii to resolve the many challenges keeping the islands — with our fertile lands and ideal climate — from growing much more of our own food.
Will Hawaii Finally Be Able To Break Its Dependence On Tourism?
The state is about to reopen its tourism industry, the heart of Hawaii’s economic engine. Is it time to find another way forward?
Tracing California’s ‘Lost Tribe’ Of Hawaiians
A group of Native Hawaiians traveled to California 181 years ago. Their descendants are still connected to the islands in surprising ways.