Holoholo Farm positively revels in sharing our enthusiasm for farming and all things produce related. We would love for you to come for a tour or to volunteer with us!
Tour the Farm
As land development and infrastructure continues, our farmers love to share maps, diagrams, charts and plans to show what will go where on paper and translate that to the open field that we have before us. With irrigation running perpendicular to the road and field beds running parallel—it’s really something you need to witness to get a good feel for the farm that will grow from this plot. We welcome visitors to come and walk the property with us, analyze soil and amendments, pace out spacing between rows and discuss the merits of different companion plantings, look at our equipment and learn about its functions, talk about weed control and nematodes, harvest projections and methodology—we are passionate about permaculture and can tailor a visitor experience to include any and all farm experiences that you might be interested in.
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. Please bring your swimsuit as we are located right next to a gorgeous swimming area (Kaiaka Beach Park) and we know that farming is hot and dirty work.
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. There are so many things to do on a farm: propagate seeding trays under the shade of the seedling house; lay irrigation lines and connect drip tape; organize equipment; dig pathways, weed rows, and scratch a farm out of the North Shore dirt!
Whether you can stop by for a few hours or longer, we welcome your helping hands.