1. One Year Anniversary!

    Today marks the one year anniversary of our stewardship of the ranch and the beginning of our journey in ranching and organic farming. Our team has almost doubled growing from 13 to 24 employees. Our farm has grown from 1/2 an acre to over 12 acres, producing lettuce, broccoli, beets, daikon, herbs, and so much […] READ MORE

  2. Hāna Ranch produce becomes Certified Organic!

    Exciting news at the ranch! Our Farm Manager Rich Leavy has been working for over a year to certify our farming operation as organic. Read on to hear from Rich why this certification is important to us… READ MORE

  3. Little fire ants find their way to Maui

    Farming in a tropical rainforest climate is exciting, but it also has some huge challenges. Managing invasive pests in this rapid growing frost-free ecosystem is a good example of one of the challenges we face. The little fire ant has officially arrived in East Maui. Though the name might not seem daunting, these little guys […] READ MORE

  4. New bulls added to our Herd

    We have added 21 new bulls to our ranch herd! The breed is “South Poll” and they are adjusting well. Ranch Manager Tyler Westhoff already has his two favorites picked out! Keep reading to learn more from Tyler… READ MORE

  5. Hāna Ranch Recipe: Macadamia Nut Rum Balls

    Baking Manager Val Yeager made some these Macadamia Nut Rum Balls for our team a few weeks ago and they were a hit! They are quick to put together and perfect for the holiday reason. Keep reading for the recipe! READ MORE

  6. A holiday visit from Hāna Elementary

    The “Giving Elves,” also known as the first grade class at Hāna Elementary School, paid a visit to the ranch last week! They delivered a painting for the staff, and numerous handmade holiday cards to express their gratitude for our contribution to the Hāna community. READ MORE

  7. Monarch butterflies on the Ranch

    The monarch butterflies are hard at work on their reproductive cycle at the Hāna this time of year, and the caterpillars are everywhere! Our agronomy team took notice that they appear to be feeding on both the ballon plant Asclepias physocarpa, and the lantana plant Lantana camera.  READ MORE

  8. New tools for our Agronomy Team!

    Recently our Agronomy Manager Ian Davidson traveled to California to fill a shipping container with a wide assortment of tools to bring back to the ranch. Every inch of the 20-foot container was packed with key equipment and materials to help our ranch grow and prosper. Keep reading to hear more from Ian… READ MORE