Conservation

We care about keeping our coastlines clean & maintaining the highest standards in sustainable agriculture

We have committed several thousand acres into permanent conservation easements, pioneered the first safe harbor agreement between private and government entities in Hawaii to the protect the state bird, the endangered Nene Goose, and we are working with the Nature Conservancy and other marine conservation groups to keep our ten miles of coastline free of plastics.

We have embarked on a native plant propagation mission, growing rare and endangered species, planting “Kanaloa’s Garden” -- a forest of foods that are close genetic relatives of the original plants brought to Hawaii in Polynesian canoes -- and surrounding our lodge with native plants. And all of our crops are produced according to the highest standards of sustainable agriculture.


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