2017: Mahalo is our everything.

Eaters, readers, voters chose Lanipō Farm family as “Local Heroes” in the beautiful Edible Hawaiian Islands magazine. Read about it here: http://ediblehi.com/local-heroes-2017/ This makes us so very happy and has given us ever more encouragement to persevere, to grow and to create good things for our community. It confirms our focus to keep our methods…

Lanipō Farm, Kauaʻi

We farm in 2 locations on Kauai: a large garden in Lihue & a few acres of orchard, crops and pastured livestock in Olohena (Wailua/Kapaa). We are grateful for the capability and responsibility to provide nourishment for our community. We are dedicated to take good care and do only our very best with and for…

Farmers Markets

You can find our LANIPO FARM booth at~ -> MONDAY • KOLOA • noon-2pm @Knudsen Park -> TUESDAY • LIHUE • 11am-2pm @County Building Park, Rice St. -> WEDNESDAY • KAPAA • 3-5pm @Kapaa New Town Park, near the Kapaa roundabout -> WEDNESDAY • POIPU • 3-6pm @Kukuiula Shopping Village -> SATURDAY • LIHUE •…

Homemade (tr)Eats

My mom, Isobel- or now known as Nana, is an amazing baker. Truly. She’s a great worker on the farm, but from the kitchen she shines and virtually sweetens the whole world. Especially her only-local fruit pies such as Mountain Apple, Mango, Lilikoi and Citrus Tarts. I’d like to think our Garden Greens are as…

FarmStory

 The growing up of Lanipō Farm My name is Bryna Rose ʻOlikokekaiāuli Storch. I started this farm in 2010: after many years of working on farms all over Hawaiʻi nei, and gardening since I was 6 years old. I had gathered a bounty of ideas, skills, tools and help from kind farmers of all sorts….

Lanipō

Lanipō is our dear sweet mule. She works hard, always helping us- opening pathways, clearing weeds, moving logs, mowing the lawn, guarding the garden, taking us places, encouraging curiosity, serious steadfast silliness, very large cuddles, and she fertilizes plenty… She is strong and has wise instincts, she inspires our faith and has helped us to…

ʻOhana

Eaters, readers, voters chose Lanipō Farm family as “Local Heroes” in the beautiful Edible Hawaiian Islands magazine! Read about it here: http://ediblehi.com/local-heroes-2017/ some odda stuffs… http://thegardenisland.com/news/local/celebrating-kalo/article_17bed57b-4cd0-5c40-a251-de94bf880701.html http://www.midweekkauai.com/paina/annual-kalo-festival/ http://thegardenisland.com/lifestyles/faith-and-values/religion/ready-for-bon/article_37167cee-a73d-509f-b827-89981465162b.html http://thegardenisland.com/entertainment/check_da_scene/how-does-your-garden-grow/article_8b2b789b-90a4-5edd-bcef-1cee099286df.html http://thegardenisland.com/business/local/new-farmers-market-sprouts-in-lihue/article_95b9738b-de14-5819-98f2-d493ab5bac0c.html A few of the folks we love and learn from: ALOHA ʻĀINA KAKOU~ click on the names below to link to their webpages: Kauaʻi Food…

Farmers Journal

2.15.17 by Bryna Storch Limahana gathers wood while the daylight lingers just a bit longer to finish the days work, when the sun is rounding the corner going home for dinner, when the air is cooler, the wood is driest and the stinging bugs who live under the fallen branches are resting. He places it…