The Hawai‘i Farm to School Hui is a statewide network comprised of five island-level networks, community organizations, and representatives of the Hawai‘i departments of agriculture, education, health, and the University of Hawai‘i.
The Hui formed in 2010 and became a program of the Hawai‘i Public Health Institute (HIPHI) in 2017.
The Hui’s mission is to strengthen Hawaii’s statewide farm to school movement by supporting our island networks in the areas of capacity building, resource development and sharing, professional development, and policy development and advocacy.
We envision a holistic education system that renews our relationship to food, farming, and the environment, improves health, and raises academic achievement. We envision Hawai‘i as a center for agro-ecological education and food production and as a model of regenerative community food systems for the Pacific and the world.