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Waianae farm embarks on ‘a future of plenty’

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                                MA‘O Organic Farms apprentice Nanea Keli‘i displays beets from the Waianae farm.
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MA‘O Organic Farms apprentice Nanea Keli‘i displays beets from the Waianae farm.

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                                Flourishing produce on MA‘O Organic Farms is nurtured by students in the nonprofit’s training program. MA‘O will be expanding its operations, which is projected to result in an increase in its youth training programs.
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Flourishing produce on MA‘O Organic Farms is nurtured by students in the nonprofit’s training program. MA‘O will be expanding its operations, which is projected to result in an increase in its youth training programs.

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                                MA‘O Organic Farms interns prepare a field in Lualualei Valley. Left to right are Mapuana Hardy-Kahaleoumi, Troy Weilbacher and Jevin Lopes.
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MA‘O Organic Farms interns prepare a field in Lualualei Valley. Left to right are Mapuana Hardy-Kahaleoumi, Troy Weilbacher and Jevin Lopes.

STAR-ADVERTISER / 2019
                                Above, Olivia Quismondo shows a tray of tatsoi that she just washed in a processing shed at MA‘O Organic Farms. She was participating in the MA‘O Youth Leadership training program and pursuing an associate degree at Leeward Community College.
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Above, Olivia Quismondo shows a tray of tatsoi that she just washed in a processing shed at MA‘O Organic Farms. She was participating in the MA‘O Youth Leadership training program and pursuing an associate degree at Leeward Community College.

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                                Above, the proposed post-harvest processing facility.
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Above, the proposed post-harvest processing facility.

COURTESY MA‘O ORGANIC FARMS
                                MA‘O Organic Farms apprentice Nanea Keli‘i displays beets from the Waianae farm.
COURTESY MA‘O ORGANIC FARMS
                                Flourishing produce on MA‘O Organic Farms is nurtured by students in the nonprofit’s training program. MA‘O will be expanding its operations, which is projected to result in an increase in its youth training programs.
COURTESY MA‘O ORGANIC FARMS
                                MA‘O Organic Farms interns prepare a field in Lualualei Valley. Left to right are Mapuana Hardy-Kahaleoumi, Troy Weilbacher and Jevin Lopes.
STAR-ADVERTISER / 2019
                                Above, Olivia Quismondo shows a tray of tatsoi that she just washed in a processing shed at MA‘O Organic Farms. She was participating in the MA‘O Youth Leadership training program and pursuing an associate degree at Leeward Community College.
COURTESY MA‘O ORGANIC FARMS
                                Above, the proposed post-harvest processing facility.