Anaina Hou Community Park

  • Phone: 808-828-2118
  • Address: 5-2723 Kuhio Highway, Kilauea, HI

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Farmers Market Profile: Farm to Face Organics

Farmers Market Profile: Farm to Face Organics

Farmers Market Profile: Farm to Face Organics by Crystal Bilyeu Farm to Face Organics was born in the garden on Kaua’i’s lush north shore by Ellen Deblane, a registered nurse by trade. Ellen always had an affinity for the science […]
Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today: “Old School” Days

Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today: “Old School” Days

Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today: “Old School” Days by Jack Gushiken Both of my parents attended Kilauea School in its current location, back in 1922. My father graduated from the 8th grade in 1924 with 7 classmates and my mother […]
A Conversation with Kumu: From Leaves to Root: The Significance of Hala

A Conversation with Kumu: From Leaves to Root: The Significance of Hala

From Leaves to Root: The Significance of Hala by Kumu Hula, Kēhaulani Kekua The Pū Hala, also known as, pandanus or screw pine (Pandanus odoratissimus), is a native tree to Hawaiʻi, growing at low altitudes, both cultivated and wild. It […]
Farmers Market Profile: Kealia Farm

Farmers Market Profile: Kealia Farm

Farmers Market Profile: Kealia Farm by Crystal Bilyeu Once again, I am in awe of the life of a farmer. As I drive in, I am taken back to a time when life was simpler. As you drive in through […]
Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today: `auwai

Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today: `auwai

Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today by Jack Gushiken You live on the wet side of the island. Your kalo grows well in shallow ponds with constantly flowing water. How do you keep the water flowing to your plants? You could […]
Farmers Market Profile: Olana Organic Farm

Farmers Market Profile: Olana Organic Farm

Farmers Market Profile: Olana Organic Farm by Crystal Bilyeu Not your ordinary organic farm, owned and operated by Tim O’Conner, Olana Organic Farm is a fertile 3-acre permaculture farm dedicated to building sustainable tropical agricultural systems on a human scale. […]
A Conversation with Kumu – Ka Maile Hihi O Ka Nahele

A Conversation with Kumu – Ka Maile Hihi O Ka Nahele

MAILE (Alyxia olivaeformis) is an indigenous twining shrub that is found growing in Hawai`i’s mountain elevations ranging from 160 to over 6500 feet. Taken from a line of an ancient Hawaiian chant, the title above describes the characteristics of maile […]
Farmers Market Profile: Kauai Island Kombucha

Farmers Market Profile: Kauai Island Kombucha

Kauai Island Kombucha by Crystal Bilyeu Bettina and Narayan came to Kauai with the heart of service, and no agenda.  They were fortunate to land in Kilauea, amongst a well grounded like minded conscious community of people who are established […]
A Conversation with Kumu – Cycles of Seasons and Stars

A Conversation with Kumu – Cycles of Seasons and Stars

A Conversation with Kumu – Cycles of Seasons and Stars by Kumu Hula, Kēhaulani Kekua Although not as distinct and dramatically noticeable as it is on the Continental U.S. and in other places throughout the world, Hawai`i goes through its own […]
Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today: Railroad History

Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today: Railroad History

Anaina Hou Yesterday and Today by Jack Guishiken The history of railroads on Kaua’i dates back to 1881, starting in Kilauea and with the Kilauea Sugar Plantation. As the Plantation expanded, the wagons they were using to haul sugar cane […]