Holoholo Farm is located in beautiful Hale‘iwa on the North Shore of O‘ahu. Our organic farm is managed by “wonder twins” Emily and Elisabeth Beagle—two women sharing their enthusiasm for farming and all things produce related.
Tour Holoholo Farm
Holoholo Farm welcomes visitors and can tailor an experience to include any and all farm experiences that might interest you.
Tours include discussion about value-added products and processing and can include demonstrations, with adequate notice. After your tour, join us for a picnic on our beach; bring your own lunch, or order a Farmer’s Table picnic pack from our Red Barn Farmstand.
Holoholo Farm happily invites volunteers, and has created a sweat-equity produce exchange: In return for donating time and muscle power to farm tasks, volunteers are given credit towards fresh Holoholo produce to take home at the end of the day.
Volunteer tasks are appropriate for farmers of all ages, stages and abilities. Whether you can stop by for a few hours or longer, we welcome your helping hands.
Holoholo General Store’s team was the inaugural first-place recipient of the Kamehameha Schools’ 2014 Mahi‘ai Match-up grant, selected in part for our commitment to our community and fellow farmers. In addition, Holoholo Farm was a grantee of a 2015 USDA Farmer Market Promotion Program (FMPP) project award. The FMPP asked us to design projects that would directly increase retail sales of farm products.
One of our key projects has been spearheading the development of an educational experience tour for visitors to explore the farms along the agri-corridor located on the three-quarter-mile Cane Haul Road in Hale‘iwa where Holoholo Farm and the Red Barn Farmstand are located. In addition, the 16-foot Mobile Processing Unit (MPU) kitchen trailer we use to support value-added farm activities—from processing fresh produce into shelf stable, value-added goods to catering farm dinners and festival events—is also available to fellow farmers for use in processing their produce. We offer retail opportunities for our existing 17 North Shore partner farmers—and invite more producers to collaborate—at the Red Barn Farmstand. Fellow farmers are encouraged to contact us at (808) 445-0109 to learn more about our FMPP efforts.
Holoholo Food Hub
Through the Holoholo Food Hub, we help farms aggregate, distribute and market their goods, carrying out our belief that farmers and producers are stronger when they work together.