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University of Hawaii study of Ma’o Farms shows interns reaping health benefits

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Radishes are prepped for distribution at the processing shed at Ma‘o Organic Farms. The farm is a social enterprise that supplies restaurants, farmers markets and supermarktes, while employing youths and assisting in their education.

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Kiana Tector harvests baby daikon from the fields at Ma‘o Organic Farms. Tector makes kim chee with produce from the Waianae farm.

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Olivia Quismondo washes and trims tatsoi in the processing shed at Ma‘o Organic Farms. The farm grows salad greens, cooking greens, root vegetables, herbs and fruit.