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Haʻikū House

Common Ground Community Garden

The Haʻikū House Common Ground Community Garden grows fresh, healthy food for Maui families who might otherwise struggle with access. Food pantries often stock canned foods or non-perishable staples that can be high in sugar or sodium, which means it can be difficult for residents who rely on food giveaways to eat healthy. To help fill those gaps, Common Ground Collective and our community garden volunteers last year donated 1,742 pounds of homegrown produce to Maui families through partnerships with Feed My Sheep, Maui Food Bank and other food security programs.

Every Thursday, weather permitting, we work in the garden with our dedicated volunteers to cultivate hearty and nutritious foods such as kalo, carrots, beets, radish, collard greens, chard and bananas. We teach our residents and guests about regenerative farming through hands-on learning, in hopes they can use their new green thumbs to grow food in their own backyards

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