The agricultural landscape in Hawai'i, once dominated by plantation and industrial scale production systems, has started to change since the decline of the sugar industry. As these lands return to the hands of small-scale producers and as interest in reviving indigenous farming knowledge grows, there is an immense opportunity to redefine Hawai'i's production model and build a more diversified, regenerative system that benefits producers and consumers, while actively combating climate change.
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