Farm-to-table: Kahuku Farms' push to educate

Farm-to-table: Kahuku Farms’ push to educate

“This is definitely a working progress,” says Judah Lum looking out onto 125 acres of lilikoi*, papaya, apple banana, long eggplant, and taro leaf growing in abundance on Kahuku Farms. It will be five years in November since Lum and his wife, Kylie Matsuda, a fourth-generation farmer, opened the farm’s gate located in the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii to the public – something that … Continue reading Farm-to-table: Kahuku Farms’ push to educate

Reaching fruition: Anne Ashbolt’s solo act

Anne Ashbolt’s life has been dedicated to creating a sustainable lifestyle, and a “picturesque postcard” farm in Tasmania’s Derwent Valley. It has been a vision she has had since she and her husband Robert took over farm management as newlyweds 35 years ago. For many years they had farmed as commodity suppliers to the supermarket chains, but they wanted to develop a business model that … Continue reading Reaching fruition: Anne Ashbolt’s solo act