11/01/17

Aloha!!

We are thrilled to share the abundance and diversity of produce in our community fridge this weekend. We are excited to be offering more fruits for you all! Our fruit cage is full of ripe papayas and some freshly picked sour sop. We also recently saved seed on some Jamaican Lilikoi which we will be planting this week! This afternoon, the crew is headed out on a big camping trip to celebrate our last weekend together. We hope you are getting out and enjoying the sunshine today! We also hope that a stroll by the farm will be part of your weekend and that some of our fresh harvest will make its way to your table:)
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Rose and our friend Tim helped package up extra goodies this morning! The fridge is full of some of our favorite crops. Carrots, Italian Basil and Green onions are all back in action.

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I couldn’t be happier than when holding an abundant harvest of sour sop! I like to pretend they’re my baby dragons.
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So much fruit! These pink lady papayas are on of my favorite things to eat on Maui.

In the Community Fridge we have . . .
Kale
Collards
Beets
Cilantro
Daikon Radish
Spring Salad Mix
Eggs (1/2 and full dozen)
Papayas
Bok Choy
Hawaiian Chilies
Baby Arugula
Wing Beans
Italian Basil
Dandelion Greens
Okra
Carrots
Green Onions
Sour Sop

Mahalo!

The Hale Akua Farmily

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SC-logo-smallSunrise Center, a 501(C)(3) nonprofit educational organization, AKA Launa I'o Eco Education Center, is the lease holder of Hale Akua Garden Farm and is pleased to present programs dealing with sustainable gardening, farming and herb growing on a regular basis.

Permit STRH : 2017/0003
Permit SUP2 : 2016/0013
Permit #CP : 2005/0006
Permit #SUP2 : 2005/0004
Hale Akua Tax ID #94-327-7590
Sunrise Center Tax ID #94-327-2640